Havant

Shop Details

Early 1900s morgue

Our Sue Ryder shop is situated in North Street, the older part of town. The building itself is full of history, and once was reportedly to be a morgue back in the early 1900s. In 1963 it was part of the Black Cat Café chain, later becoming a bank and finally a shop. Inside it is typically quaint with high ceilings, large timber beams and a gorgeous stained glass window of a lighthouse.

Now full of life and goods

We pride ourselves on being a well-established team with excellent friendly customer service.

We stock a wide range of donated products along with selected products from our new goods range. So whether you are looking for that special outfit, a gift, or just want to treat yourself, we’re the place to shop. Drop in and say ‘hi’ - we are open seven days a week.

A prosperous town

Havant began as a small village in 1086 with just 100 residents but is now a bustling, prosperous town. The town boasts a varied number of attractions including the museum, arts centre, leisure centre and gorgeous park that is the ideal place to relax on a warm summer’s day.

With a train station and a large bus station, the town is easy accessible, either by public transport or by car with plenty of parking spaces dotted around the town centre.

Location
4 North Street,
Havant,
Hampshire,
PO9 1PR

Telephone
02392 481467

  • Monday 9.00 - 5.00
  • Tuesday 9.00 - 5.00
  • Wednesday 9.00 - 5.00
  • Thursday 9.00 - 5.00
  • Friday 9.00 - 5.00
  • Saturday 9.00 - 5.00
  • Sunday 10.00 - 4.00

What we sell

  • Clothing and Accessories
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Books, Records, CDs and DVDs
  • Children's Wear
  • New Goods Range
  • Doll's Houses
  • Guitars and Music

How you can donate to this shop

For ease the back street can be used for quick drop-offs. Havant has many council car parks around town.