The Vending Shed opens in Lyme Regis offering fresh milk, milkshakes and more!

The Vending Shed
Mark and Emma Harrod of The Vending Shed with the Mayor and Mayoress of Lyme Regis, Cllr Brian and Wendy Larcombe; Philip Evans, president of Lyme Regis Football Club; and local families at the opening

LYME Regis residents and visitors can now purchase fresh milk, tasty milkshakes, coffee and other treats 24/7 as East Devon business The Vending Shed has expanded into the town. 

The Vending Shed was first launched by Colyton diary farmers Mark and Emma Herrod with a self-service shop in Fore Street, Seaton, last summer and quickly expanded with a new shed outside Mole Avon, next to Axminster railway station.

Now the business has opened its third location, with another self-service shed at Lyme Regis Football Club’s Davey Fort ground in Charmouth Road.

The outlets are open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, offering fresh, local milk, a wide range of flavoured milkshakes, coffee, hot chocolate, ice cream and more.

Through state of the art vending machines you can purchase stylish, reusable, glass bottles and fill them with there product of your choice, helping to cut down on single-use plastic.

You can also purchase locally-made cheese and snacks, including sausage rolls.

The Mayor of Lyme Regis, Cllr Brian Larcombe MBE, officially opened the new outlet last weekend, with many children and families queuing for their first milkshake.

Many of those invited to the opening had helped name the new vending machine ‘Buttercup’, adding to ‘Daisy’ in Seaton and ‘Poppy’ in Axminster.

For more details on The Vending Shed, visit

The Vending Shed
The Mayor of Lyme Regis, Cllr Brian Larcombe MBE, officially opens the new Vending Shed outlet at Lyme Regis Football Club, watched by owners Mark and Emma Herrod
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