Buckie

Opening hours
Monday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday Closed
Address

37 West Church Street
Buckie
AB56 1BP
United Kingdom

Contact
01542 833 361
bucki7136@sueryder.org
Event location map

Buckie

Shop feature(s)

  • Delivery
  • Disabled access
  • Easy loading and unloading

Our stock varies from the usual every day to the unusual one-off finds. We stock a large range of clothing and accessories for men, women and children with a small vintage and retro selection.

Where to find us

Our Sue Ryder Buckie store is conveniently situated on the main shopping street with on street parking and is a short walk from car parks and bus stops.

Located nearby is a large harbour and marina, leisure centre, bowling greens, golf courses and the start (or finish) of the long distance footpaths of the Speyside Way and the Fishwives Walk.

Every day to one-off

Our stock varies from the usual every day to the unusual one-off finds. We stock a large range of clothing and accessories for men, women and children, many of which are brand new with original retail tags from high street brands to designer labels. We also stock a small selection of vintage and retro clothing and accessories.

Popular electrical range

Our most popular range is our electrical department, where you’ll find everything from small kitchen appliances and beauty care items to televisions, stereos, lamps and even fibre optic Christmas trees.

We are a popular shopping venue for holiday home owners looking to spruce up for the new season and for visitors and tourists seeking out that home comfort they forgot to pack. Dare we admit that the weather is not always kind to our visitors, but books, games, jigsaws and toys are always well stocked and are a cheap and cheerful way to pass a wet and wild afternoon!

Wet suit: for the brave

Once the weather clears we can often help with binoculars for the whale and dolphin watching or with wet suits for those who are brave enough to have a "dook" in the Moray Firth.