17 High Street
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Our community shop is full of high-quality donated items, including a range of clothing, bric-a-brac and books, plus Sue Ryder's great range of new products.
Located in the centre of Dunblane High Street
Our community shop is full of high-quality donated items, including a range of clothing, bric-a-brac and books, plus Sue Ryder's great range of new products. The shop is always busy with visitors - both local and tourists - who have come to look around the town’s historic buildings and wonderful atmosphere.
Our friendly team are always ready to welcome new and returning customers, and help you find your perfect bargain.
If you’re looking to donate there is short stay parking just outside the shop.
The Town of Dunblane is situated off the A9 on the way north to Perth. Dunblane Cathedral and the Allan Water river, which runs through the middle of Dunblane, have long been tourist attractions, along with local produce and fare being served by local retailers, all of whom have their own place in the High Street.
Dunblane has been around since the 7th century and has some fine architectural buildings dating back to the 13th century, one of which is the cathedral which dates back to Medieval times.
Andy and Jamie Murray: pride of Dunblane
Dunblane has become quite famous since the Murray brothers took to the tennis courts, particularly when Andy won Wimbledon in 2014. We are all proud of their achievements and wish them luck and good fortune in the years to come.
We would be delighted if you'd like to pop in to Sue Ryder Dublane to say hello and have a browse around.