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Strathdearn Community Website

Tomatin Village Shop

Support your local Duncan Fraser Butchers Offer 2

community owned store!

Place your oder in the shop

in time for Christmas.



The shop has a new selection of Struan Apiaries goodies in apiaries

store to try...which now includes a selection of mustards

as well as preserves, conserves, honeys and chutneys...

Hellish Hot Mustard!!! Who can handle it!!!

Tomatin Community Shop – Saturday Shop Assistant Required

Are you looking for some extra hours and a chance to meet people in your neighbouring community? Help support the Strathdearn community owned shop and be part of a small and friendly team led by Shop Manager, Lee-Anne.

White River Trading (WRT) are looking to recruit someone to work 4.5 hours on a Saturday, 1pm-5.30pm, earning an hourly rate above the National Minimum Wage.

Sales experience is not essential as all training will be given. Applications from outside the area are welcomed. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply or to find out more information, alternatively call Lee-Anne for an informal chat on 07719 584 155 or pop into the shop!

We look forward to hearing from you.

The shop currently stocks frozen pheasant, grouse and partridge (all whole birds) and striploin wild venison as well as two pack wild venison fillet, all from the Tomatin hills!game







Don't forgot we are open from 7am open 7amMonday to Friday for all you early birds!

Looking for a gift for your loved one this Valentines Day? Cream eggs

We have a lovely selection of handmade Valentines cards,

wine and chocolates in store.

And cream eggs are now on sale too!

We like to do our bit for the environment at Tomatin Community Shop. You can drop off your batteries for battery recyclingrecycling in store. Just pop them in the red box near the front door.

Why recycle batteries?

Batteries are made from important resources and chemicals, including lead, cadmium, zinc, lithium and mercury. Each battery placed in the bright red recycling box will be taken apart and many of the materials will be recovered and used to make new batteries or something else. If you put your batteries into a rubbish bin they will be taken to landfill sites and the resources lost.

Recycling batteries is good for the environment. It keeps them out of landfill, where heavy metals may leak into the ground when the battery casing corrodes, causing soil and water pollution. If batteries are incinerated with household waste, the heavy metals in them may cause air pollution.

Book our Facilities

Use the online booking system to check availablity and request a booking for Tomatin Village Hall or the Sports Facility.

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