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.