Groceries & Household Supplies

The Allotment

4 The Parade, Brewood Road, Coven, Wolverhampton WV9 5BX. Tel:- 01902 790580

Groceries and fine foods

Roger Aston Butchers

Coven Farm, Brewood Road, Coven, Wolverhampton WV9 5DA Tel: 01902 790257

Fresh, locally reared meat. Pastries, pies and delicatessen. Suppliers to the trade and public for over forty years.

Coven Bakery

5 The Parade, Coven, Wolverhampton WV9 5BX. Tel:- 01902 790045

Bread, cakes, pastries and delicatessen. Also has a grill, serving hot sandwiches and hot pork rolls.

The Co-operative Supermarket

2, Market Place, Brewood, ST19  9BS  Tel: 01902 851260

Newsagent and Convenience Store, with independent Post Office.

The Co-operative Supermarket

29 Brewood Road, Coven, Wolverhampton WV9 5BX. Tel:- 01902 790553

Newsagent and Convenience Store.

W Maiden and Son 

30 Stafford Street, Brewood, ST19  9DX  Tel: 01902 850346

Retail Butcher and wide range of local fresh meat and other fresh foods. Home prepared cooked meats, pies, pastries, 35 or more cheeses, fruit, vegetables, fresh and frozen fish. Game dealers licence. Catering orders delivered. Local and home grown produce.

Brief History of Business: This family business started in July 1946 when Bill Maiden Snr. (1919–1989) left the army with 7 years service. His father, Tom Maiden (who at the time ran a family butcher’s in Dudley) put a small deposit on the business. This was accepted by the vendors, Ernie Holt and family, who preferred to sell to an ex-serviceman. Bill Maiden moved in as a single man and married Mary Griffin from Leamington Spa in 1946. Then began a long slog to stay afloat, as meat was still rationed and there were already three other well-established butchers in the village. The normal practice was for the butcher to go to market on a Monday and purchase his livestock on the hoof. It was then brought back to the shop, where it was slaughtered and butchered ready for the week’s trade. In the roof space directly above the back of the shop was a large wooden pulley wheel, resting on two huge beams which was used to lift felled livestock up off the floor to be cleaned and skinned. At the time the only toilet was at the bottom of the garden in a tin shed and there was no hot water and no bathroom. Rats were rife in the outbuildings and Bill and Mary often spent their evenings hunting them with a torch and pitchfork.


7 Stafford Street, Brewood, ST19  9DX  Tel: 01902 850258

Supermarket. Groceries, green groceries, dairy products, frozen foods, hardware, alcohol.  Formerly run by Lo-cost until the 1990’s. Cash-back facilities introduced in 1998. Cash machine introduced in year 2000.

Village Bakery

Stafford Street, Brewood, ST19  9DX  Tel: 01902 850196

Bakery and Sandwich Bar.  Started in 1988. The shop was previously a wool shop. All baking is done on the premises. The present owner took over in July 2003.