Robin Hill Stoes, Marnhull, Dorset. Marnhull Post Office
Marnhull Shop wines and beers available

Robin Hill Stores  2016 :                Burton Street, Marnhull, Dorset, DT10 1PH.           Tel: 01258 820959                  Proprietors : Atul & Kussum Odedra  

Post Office

& Shop

Open Hours


Mon - Fri


8.00am - 5.30pm


Sat


8.00am - 1.00pm


Sun & Bank Holidays


8.30am - 12.00pm

ROBIN HILL STORES AND POST OFFICE

Burton Street,  Marnhull,  Dorset,  DT10 1PH.

ROBIN HILL STORES AND POST OFFICE

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Blackmore Vale Media’s

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AWARDS


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Best Independent Food Shop Dorset


Winner    2009

Finalist    2010

Best Village Shop & Post Office

Wessex Region


Finalist    2007

Winner    2008

Finalist    2009

WINNER   2010

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Finalists 2011


Winners 2012

MARNHULL’S TRULY GREAT .....


‘AWARD WINNING’


Village Shop and Post Office.

Pick up groceries and local produce - catch up on gossip - Robin Hill Stores is so much more than a village post office and shop.  It’s an advice bureau, a meeting place and is very much part of the Marnhull community.


In the heart of the Blackmore Vale, Robin Hill Stores can be found in the Dorset village of Marnhull. Stocking local cheeses, meats, cakes, breads, milk, fish, butter, beer, wine and so much more, Robin Hill Stores is a fantastic example of why village shops and Post Offices can offer so much more than milk and stamps.


Robin Hill Stores is run by Atul & Kussum Odedra, and as well as the shop and post office, they offer support to the Marnhull community in a number of ways, including window display for local businesses, advertising space for community events, ticket sales for community groups and of course their very successful community corner ‘swap shop’. To date this has raised over £5000 which has been donated to local good causes.

groceries and local produce

Marnhull is known as  ‘Marlot’ in Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbevilles. It lies in the Blackmore Vale, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Nearby towns include Sturminster Newton, Shaftesbury, Gillingham, Blandford and Sherborne.


Click here to discover the history of the 17th century cottages that are now Robin Hill Stores.

CSA Award 2010 deli counter with local cheeseCSA Award 2010

Winners : Countryside Alliance Awards

Best Village Shop & Post Office 2010

Effective Ranging & Service to Community

Independent Achievers Academy 2012