77/79 Lee Lane
- Disabled access
- Easy loading and unloading
Sue Ryder Horwich has been established for over 20 years, selling lovely interesting items and all priced very reasonably. We get antiques, vintage and retro clothes, bric-a-brac, and electrical goods donated, so come and have a browse.
Our shop has a real family feel, much like Horwich itself which is a little community village.
You can drop off stock at the rear door. Parking is timed & restricted but there are car parks nearby.
Horwich is a former railway and mill town that’s only around five square miles but can boast being home of Bolton Wanderers Football Club, a 2002 Commonwealth Games venue, and a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) – not the mention the renowned Horwich Harriers fell running club and Horwich Prize Medal Morris Men.
There’s also easy access to the West Pennine Moors, including Rivington and its landmark Pike and the enchanting Gardens created by Lord Leverhulme - the founder of global business Unilever - which is very popular with walkers and cyclists.
Minutes from the M61 motorway and with links to the national rail network, including a direct rail service to Manchester International Airport, Horwich is a great place to live, work and shop, so come and browse and bag some great bargains.