54a High Street, Lymington SO41 9AJ - 01590 688697
Mon-Fri 9.30-4.30 Sat 9.00-4.00
The Lymington shop is renowned for its designer labels, discover beautiful collections of clothing, kitsch home wear and stunning jewellery form across the decades presented in a boutique atmosphere. Shop Manager Jayne Ashley is helped to maintain the high standards at the flagship shop by Valerie Lawrence and Maureen Dauncey.
67 Station Road, New Milton BH25 6HY - 01425 638509
New Milton, is extremely successful with their bric a brac and cake sales. New Milton is spacious and light with a good position in Station Road near to other popular shops. Manager Alison Rickford and Assistant Manager Lilian Buchannan & Ruth Marsh run the store.
7 The Marsh, Hythe SO45 6AN - 02380 847736
Hythe, although a small shop,has gained a good following in the Waterside area for quality merchandise including electrical items. The shop Manager is Jane Bocock.
288 Lymington Road, Highcliffe BH23 5ET - 01425 280753
Highcliffe specialises in furniture but also sells linen, bric a brac and books. This shop, now in its 10th successful year is still the first call for quality used furniture in the area. Manager Alan Smart and Assistant Manager Jane Bulloch can also organise furniture deliveries and collections.
Children’s Shop, 39 St Thomas Street, Lymington SO41 9ND - 01590 610139
Our Lymington Children’s Shop has quickly carved a niche for itself locally selling top quality children’s clothes, book, toys, buggies and pushchairs. Donations are always welcomed by our Manager Theresa Woodford & Assistant Manager Angie Murphy.
Hythe Furniture Shop
9/10 Fairview Parade, Beaulieu Road, Hythe. Phone 02380 844250
Our second shop in Hythe shop sells good quality preloved furniture and soft furnishings. It is nicely positioned with plenty of easy, free parking right outside the door. Donations of good quality used furniture will be welcome and in addition we will now be able to offer a house clearance service. Just call our Manager Graham Bartlett or Assistant Manager Mark Collins.