The new owner of the ‘Coppice House Farm Shop’ Mike Kilner says, “thanks to the loyalty of existing and new customers, the shop has, after just four months of trading, exceeded all his expectations during its first festive period”.
Mike would like to offer a big thank you to all who helped him make it a success, and looks forward to continued growth for the future.
Coppice House Farm itself is still run perfectly well under the expert guidance of Frank Revitt. Frank took over the reins from his father, who had farmed the valley for well over 50 years.
In July we reported the sad news that Coppice House Farm Shop was to close.
There is been some good news this week in that the shop is now in the hands of a new owner and will open under a new name, The Farm Shop at Coppice House.
Butcher Mike Kilner is in charge of the business. He has had previous experience of running farm shops and you may also know him as he was once landlord at the Sportsman in Lodge Moor.
We’re sad to pass on the news that the Coppice House Farm Shop on Rivelin Valley Road yesterday announced it would be shutting up for good this Friday, 29 July.
A statement on their Facebook page reads:
“It is with great sadness and much regret that we would like to inform you that we are closing coppice house farm shop we are looking to close Friday 29 July at 5pm (depending on stock)
. We would like to thank our loyal customers for all your support and friendship.
With many thanks,
the team at Coppice House Farm Shop xx.”
The owners state that it hasn’t been doing overly well this last couple of months.