We love welcoming you to our little shop in the heart of Hampshire! We have lots of FREE parking right outside our shop and when you visit you'll be able to see and purchase all the plant-based deliciousness in our Deli on the ground floor as well as our food shop on the first floor!
With fresh cakes, shakes and smoothies in our deli kitchen, and your cupboard essentials in our food shop upstairs including ingredients such as vital wheat gluten and nutritional yeast for your recipes - we truly are your one-stop shop.
Open Fridays and Saturdays 10am - 4pm until 30th June.
Online only from 3rd July onwards.
We're located in Granary Court (a former Granary Barn) in South Warnborough, Hampshire. If you're heading to us from the M3, we're just 6 minutes from Junction 5 of the M3 (follow signs for Odiham until you pick up the signs for South Warnborough). Use postcode RG29 1RP to find us - if you're heading to us from Odiham side, we're on the left just after the 'South Warnborough' sign. If you're heading to us from Alton side, go through the village and we're on the right about 100yds after the Poacher's Inn, just as you're heading out of the village.
Combine your trip:
If you're travelling from further afield, why not combine your visit with a trip to some beautiful places in the Hampshire countryside - there's some wonderful walks close by. Enjoy an easy stroll along the Basingstoke Canal on this pleasant walk in the village of Odiham. The historic village is located in the in the Hart district of Hampshire, near to the towns of Fleet and Alton (and just 5 minutes away from us in South Warnborough). The route includes a visit to the ruins of Odiham Castle which are located next to the canal. Don't forget to make a picnic up from the delicious foods you've bought at The Happy Vegan Company!
Start the walk from the car park off London Road next to Colt Hill Wharf. From here you can pick up the towpath and follow it west to Warnborough Green where you can take a small detour to visit the River Whitewater, which runs just to the north of the canal. The route continues to the castle which was built by King John in the early part of the 13th century. The King rode from the site to Runnymede, to seal the Magna Carte in 1215. The now ruined castle is still an impressive sight with the tower keep and moat a protected ancient monument. The walk continues to Greywell before returning to Odiham. To continue your walking in the village head to the nearby Dogmersfield Park. The walk starts from the same car park but heads east along the canal to visit Dogmersfield Lake, Odiham Common and the pretty Tundry Pond.