Shepton Mallet

We have a varied selection of clothing, books, music and homewares, along with a range of items in our new bridal and special occasions department.


01749 342800


23 High Street
Shepton Mallet

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Opening hours

Monday 9.30am - 5.00pm
Tuesday 9.30am - 5.00pm
Wednesday 9.30am - 5.00pm
Thursday 9.30am - 5.00pm
Friday 9.30am - 5.00pm
Saturday 9.30am - 5.00pm
Sunday Closed



Disabled access

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In the heart of the ancient Somerset town of Shepton Mallet

Our Sue Ryder charity shop in based at the heart of the ancient Somerset town of Shepton Mallet, nestled in the Mendip Hills.

There are various car parks in the town as well, which are all a couple of minutes walk away from the shop. We also have disabled access.

A varied selection of stock

Our varied stock includes a large range of ladies, men's & children's wear along with our homewares department, which now stocks refurbished white goods. These come with a six month guarantee.

Our newest department is the bridal and special occasion wear. For more privacy it's situated in the rear section of the shop, which is closed off for all bridal and special appointments. These can be drop in, but we strongly suggest you call ahead to book to view any bridal gowns and to check the sizes we have in stock.

Large donations can be dropped off at the rear of the shop. Please call ahead or knock on the back door.

Woman browsing shelves in a charity shop and holding a plant pot
Visit our online shop

Browse a range of brand-new and pre-loved items, from clothes and accessories, to furniture, gifts and appliances.

Our Sue Ryder shop is based in the historic village centre of Cheddar about a quarter of a mile from Cheddar Gorge and the caves opposite the ancient market cross. We have parking directly outside and disabled access into the shop.
For families on a budget, find our rails jam-packed with fashion and household items all at £3 or less, excluding furniture.
Sherborne's Sue Ryder shop is situated right at the heart of this small, historic Dorset town, next to the impressive Sherborne Abbey and facing onto the Abbey Green.