143 High Street
Kings Heath, Birmingham
- Disabled access
Our large eclectic Sue Ryder shop in Kings Heath, offers a wide range of new and donated goods including furniture, electricals and vintage clothing.
We are bustling!
Big, beautiful and bustling - that's the Kings Heath Sue Ryder!
We are located at the heart of Kings Heath High Street opposite the Hare and Hounds pub, next to Heathfield Road.
We are bursting at the seams with stock, and aim to have something for everyone; from a mid-century sideboard to a nice little number for a night out. We stock everything from pre-loved books, to fully PAT tested electrical appliances and even the odd dog statue.
We are known on the high street for our creative window displays and love of vintage which reflects the vibrant community around us. Mooch around and you may see the BBC props department shopping for 'Doctors' or a famous gardener or artist picking up some household baubles!
How to donate
If you are interested in donating to us there is a 'Donation Station' just round the corner on Heathfield Road. Just ring the door bell and we’ll be happy to assist you. We also offer free collections for furniture collections too, and pick up in the local area weekly.
With everything that's going on we could always use more hands on deck so if you can the time to help us out, we would love to talk to you. For more information please pop in and say hello.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Did you know?
- We have been featured on Come Dine With Me?
- Saxophonist, Brian Travers from UB40 cut the ribbon on opening day.
- The building has two white gargoyles protecting it.