Community shops are successful community enterprises that are:

  • Owned and run by the community
  • Meeting local needs by providing a shop, post office, fuel or other services
  • Providing jobs for local people
  • Improving access to good quality, fresh food
  • Offering outlets for local produce
  • Acting as a focal point for the community
  • Viable through trading income

List of Community Shops in Scotland

(Click on shop names for further information)

  • Argyll
    • Appin Community Co-operative
    • Tayvallich Community Shop
  • Ayrshire
    • Kirkmichael Community Shop & Cafe
    • Straiton
  • Highland
    • An Sgire - Glenuig Community Shop
    • Staffin Stores
  • Morayshire
    • The Phoenix Community Store
  • Orkney
    • Eday Community Co-op
    • Papay Community Co-operative
  • Perthshire
    • Kirkmichael Community Shop
  • Shetland
    • Burravoe Community Co-operative
    • Eid Community Co-operative
    • Hillswick Community Shop
    • Ollaberry Community Co-operative
  • Stirlingshire
    • Gartmore Village Shop
  • Western Isles
    • Bùth Tholastaidh (Tolsta Community Shop)
    • Co-Chomunn Eirisgeidh (Eriskay Community Co-operative)
    • Co-Chomunn na Hearadh (Harris Community Co-operative)
    • Ravenspoint Community Shop
    • Uig Community Shop

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