There were still two shops in the village until 2007. There is the combined Post Office and General Stores. You will find a smile and welcome here from Keith Turner, often with the latest in village gossip, along with most of the general foodstuffs and much, much, more, plus stamps, greetings cards and pensions. The other commercial premises was the butchers shop, pwned and run by Roger Balls, who has now retired.
There was a car repair body shop situated on Wheelers Lane, which is now closed, while a number of other people operate small businesses, partly from home, in the parish.
On the south edge of the village is a rural industrial estate on the old airfield and includes firms such as “Fender Care” (marine fenders), David Yarham (vehicle salvage and car parts re-cycling), “Agritec” (chemical fertiliser plant) while the owner of “Flagstones” has recently retired.