Shop Details

Flocking to Headcorn High Street and our shop

People come flocking to Headcorn High Street because it has a good mixture of large shops and small, independent shops. The Sue Ryder in Headcorn is a medium-sized shop with four front windows which enables us to create great visual merchandising to attract our customers. We have a great team spirit with all our volunteers, some of whom have been with us for over ten years. We also have many Duke of Edinburgh students. At Sue Ryder Headcorn we have also been supporting the prisoner volunteer programme for many years.

Praise for our window displays

The Sue Ryder Headcorn shop is very popular indeed; everyone we serve says they never miss coming to us whenever they visit the area. One of our claims to fame is our window displays, where we receive complimentary comments for presentation, good colour coordination, neat rails of clothing and quality of merchandise.

Thank you to our customers and donors

We are very lucky to benefit from the quality of the donations we receive daily. People come from far and wide to donate their goods because they say it’s easy to park. There are many free spaces along the High Street and a large public car park too. We also have a large number of regular customers and donors who have been buying and donating to our shop for a long time.

Helping to provide important services

We are extremely pleased that we are continuing to flourish and able to help maintain the income required to carry out the many and very important services that Sue Ryder Care provides.

9 Foreman's Walk,
TN27 9NE

01622 891117

  • 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 Closed

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

To drop off donations park at the back of Sainsbury's and walk through the parade of shops towards the High Street.