Local Businesses

Even though the journey from York to the North Sea coast is just an hour, Stamford Bridge remains a popular stopping point for travellers on the A166. Most stops are for refreshments at one of the establishments located around The Square.

The facilities located in central Stamford Bridge include:

  • Post Office/Willow Tree Gifts and solicitors (Hague and Dixon)
  • Clubleys estate agents
  • convenience store (The Co-operative), newsagent (Supernews) and pharmacist (Stamford Bridge Chemist)
  • Riverside Butchers (under new ownership) are delighted to announce their new longer hours; they are open each weekday to 6 pm and 3.30 pm on Saturdays.  Best quality meats sourced locally and lovingly prepared just for you, they look forward to serving you
  • three pubs - The Three Cups, The New Inn (formerly The Swordsman) and The Bay Horse
  • fast food which is served by a sandwich shop (Bridge Rolls), coffee/ice cream parlour (Temptations), Derwent Village Store and Tea Rooms, fish and chip shop (Thompsons) and pizza/kebab shop (Stamford Bridge Pizza)
  • Chinese restaurant and take-away (Stamford House Chinese)
  • Indian restaurant and take-away (Sizzling Plate)
  • hardware/ironmongery/tools/keys and locks/gardening store (Derwent DIY)
  • specialist off licence and whisky merchant (Winelodge)
  • Special Thoughts - cards and gifts for all occasions
  • two hair dressing salons (The Hair Chop and HAIR 2000) and a hair and beauty salon (Grace Hair and Beauty)
  • florists and coffee shop (Take a Leaf)
  • Primrose Hill Day Nursery offering full day care for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years
  • a car repair garage (Stamford Bridge Motors)
  • Battle Flatts Veterinary Clinic, Stamford Bridge Dental and My Health Group doctor's surgery
  • Weir Park holiday park, a care home (Stamford Bridge Beaumont) and funeral director (Bryan Mills).