Revolution Zero usually operates a network of shops/pop-up shops in Northamptonshire and at events and stalls further afield. Our bricks and mortar store operates from our main delivery and collections hub is in St.James, Northampton, but is currently closed, as are our cafes (Elsie’s and Cafe Zero) and shop in Kettering. 

Shop Zero has a deli’ counter, a series of fridges for dairy items and drinks, and plentiful supplies of bread and baked goods. We also stock dried and canned goods.

Anyone is welcome to visit Shop Zero when it is open: we do no operate checks and people from all walks of life support the project.

As we have bulk products, people can bring in their own containers to take away items like flour, spices or nuts in the quantities they require. Catering size tins and baked goods go to scout and guide groups and we have provided pre-schools and church groups with toddler snacks.

If you are finding us for the first time, we are at 134, St James Rd. NN5 5LQ. (St James Square) Parking in Abbey Street at the side of St James Workingman’s Club and on the No. 9, 9a and 5 bus routes.

We also work with a series of schools, charities and other organisations which host pop-up shops too.

Opening times

  • Shop closed because of the pandemic
  • Goods hub open for deliveries from 9am (but please phone ahead)
  • Open for additional drop-offs by arrangement

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