An Clachan,  Leverburgh/An-t-Ob, Isle of Harris

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Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday  9.00am to 6.00pm    

Friday and Saturday  9.00am to 7.00pm

Closed on Sundays

Groceries

 

Fresh Bread

Fresh Fruit & Veg

Chilled & Frozen Foods

Wines, Beer & Spirits

 

Household Essentials

Baby & Healthcare

Ice Cream & Snacks

Newspapers & Magazines

 

See our range of foods from the Hebrides

House & DIY

 

Household Goods

Hardware & Paint

Gardening

Pet Supplies

Fishing tackle

Calor Gas

Coal & Logs

Batteries, Motor oil

Antifreeze Screenwash & De-icer

 

Why wait? Shop local

and fix it today!

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Gifts & Crafts

 

Local Knitwear

Tweed Products

Gifts from Harris

Hebridean Specialities

 

Greetings Cards

Maps & Books

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Shop locally at your community shop in Leverburgh

Visiting Harris

Are you Self-catering? We have everything you need

for your stay!   Call us on 01859 520370

 

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Harris Millennium Tapestry and evocative photos from Leaving Home by John

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We have everything you need at Harris Community Shop
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Petrol and Diesel

The only petrol pumps in South Harris. Available 24 hours, every day!  Pay at pump when shop closed.    

Get a fuel discount when you buy domestic oil from Highland Fuels

The shop has opened it's door again.

Opening Hours are 10:30am to 5pm this is to allow us to make up home deliveries and stock up first thing.

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  • 6 in the shop at a time

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  • 1 visit per day

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  • Card only payments (no cash back)

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  • Make a list so you know what you need

 

If this is going to work we are going to need a bit of patience and Co operation from you all.

 

The petrol pump is in 24/7 mode with card payment at the pump terminal to reduce traffic in the shop.

 

 

We hope you understand why we are implementing these measures and thank you all for the support you've given us over the past week. We are doing our best under extreme pressure at moment and a bit of patience goes a long way.

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