With its dramatic Cotswolds landscape, unique arts and crafts heritage, fabulous festivals, and independent shops, the Stroud District is the least commercialised and unexplored area in the Cotswolds.
In fact, Lonely Planet recently named the South Cotswolds one of Europe's best-kept secrets.
There really is something for everyone in the Stroud District - and our Sue Ryder charity shop is no exception.
Great range and location
You'll find our friendly store located on Union Street opposite Iceland supermarket.
We stock a large range of donated and new furniture, and we offer a weekly furniture collection and delivery service.
Alongside furniture, we carry a large range of bric-a-brac, vinyl, CDs, DVDs and electricals.
New goods can be found in the dolls' houses, music, homewares and garden departments.
And if our great range isn't reason enough to visit this central Stroud store, perhaps our volunteer Graham's musical stylings will change your mind!
Graham performs music on an organ donated to our Union Street store every Saturday and on some weekdays (see photo!). Drop in to listen, browse and bag a bargain.
A buzzing weekend haunt
Not only all this, but on our doorstep every Friday and Saturday, the Shambles Market is open for business.
Visit at the weekend and Stroud’s award-winning Saturday Farmers’ Market, and the newly reintroduced Sunday Market (taking place on the first Sunday of the month), create a real buzz in this bohemian town.
We look forward to seeing you soon!