the charity shop

Located in a purpose built building on the site of The Old Wagon Factory, the charity shop is a treasure trove of 100% donated goods.

Stocked with an amazing and eclectic range of items our store has bargains to please everyone.

The shop is entirely run by a friendly, dedicated team of volunteers raising funds to support all the services St James' offers.

Why not pop in and see for yourself?


To take a virtual tour of the shop CLICK HERE

opening hours

We are open Monday to Friday with opening hours as follows:









10.00 - 16.00

10.00 - 16.00

10.00 - 16.00

10.00 - 16.00

10.00 - 16.00



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The stock in the shop is based entirely on donations and we are hugely grateful to everyone who takes the time to bring their unwanted items to us. It's why the shop is so successful.

Please note, however that, due to safety and space restrictions, we cannot accept any of the following:

  • Large Electrical items
  • Wheelchairs
  • Furniture
  • Video tapes/cassettes


Whatever your skills, hobbies or interests we will be able to keep you busy.

Behind the scenes or out the front - why not come and join our superb team at the Charity Shop and be part of something really special?

More details via link at top of page.


The shop now has its own Facebook page where you can keep up to date with what's happening and find out about any new items or special promotions we have in store.

Visit our page by clicking this link:

old clothing

We can also raise funds by recycling  any old clothes that are no longer fit for purpose.

If you have items that are too worn out for us to sell, pop them into a bag labelled rags and bring them down to the shop.

St James’s Trust (Seaford) is registered in England (5079039)

11 Blatchington Road, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AB

Registerd Charity: No. 1106913

Local Award Winning Charity serving the Elderly, Disabled and Community of Seaford.

Worked by a team of Volunteers guided by a paid Administration Manager.

Website © St James' Trust, Seaford