Tenbury Wells

Shop Details

Riverside town Tenbury Wells, with its mix of Georgian, Elizabethan buildings, iconic pump rooms, 30's Cinema - and our Sue Ryder shop - is an idyllic place to escape for a few hours. It sits in the beautiful unspoilt Teme Valley with The Clee Hills on the skyline. Walks abound and lovely tea rooms here.

We stock classic quality pre-loved clothing, for example Per Una, Joules, Sea Salt, Country Casuals –not to mention some designer names! Co-ordinate your stylish outfit with our wonderful array of gorgeous bags, jewellery, scarves and the final flourish finish with shiny shoes/boots. Men’s and children’s clothing are also available at reasonable prices.

As well as fashion we sell bric-a-brac spanning from salt pots and coat hooks to picnic hampers and ceramics. Not to mention a selection of CDs, games and DVDs.

New goods stocked include traditional toys, reading glasses, knitting wool, Kath Kidson style hats boxes, notice boards, household linen and lots more.

In our vintage and retro area you’ll be spoilt for choice, with an array of retro books, puzzles, board games plus local maps from various eras as well as a fantastic collection of vinyl.

Kitchenalia includes 50's homemaker cake stands, 60's Sputnik clocks and 70's Scandinavian casserole dishes.

There is free parking directly outside our shop.

We hope to welcome you here soon.

- The Tenbury Team

16 Market Street,
Tenbury Wells,
WR15 8BQ

01584 811 101

  • 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

How you can donate to this shop

Parking is available outside the shop.

Volunteer Today

Everyone has something incredible inside them which we need to support our shops. Below are a few local volunteering roles you can apply for now. You can also pop into the shop and book a taster session to try it first.