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4 Pearl House High Street
TS10 3BY

Tel: 01642450699
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Opening Hours


10:00am – 5:00pm


9:00am – 5:00pm


9:00am – 5:00pm


9:00am – 5:00pm


9:00am – 5:00pm


9:00am – 5:30pm



Bank Holidays 

10:00am – 5:00pm


We have a wide selection of shoes for Men, Women, Boys and Girls.

Customer Reviews:

Just bought my second pair of shoes from this shop. Quality is excellent and the lady who served me was so helpful. Redcar is a fantastic place to shop especially on Friday Market days. Clinks is easy to find close to the clock opposite the egg stall - 7th January, David.

About the Shop

The North Yorkshire seaside town of Redcar has been home to a Charles Clinkard store since 1953. One of Charles Clinkard’s founding stores; you can’t miss the distinctive large red plane upstairs within its children’s department. The customer focused and brand abundant store offers an extensive range of footwear and accessories for men, women, boys and girls, as well as a specialist fitting service in its children’s section.

Located on Redcar’s main high street close to the town’s iconic King Edward VII-dedicated clock monument, the best place to park when heading to our store is either Eurocar park or Turner Street car park where charges may apply. Excellent bus and train links are in close proximity to the store (Redcar Central Station being a 5 minute walk from the store and the grade II listed clock a primary bus stop for the town centre).

About the Area

A prospering holiday destination during Victorian times, Redcar is known for its sea front as well as its deep industrial roots. A trip to Redcar is not complete without a tray of Fish and Chips doused in salt and vinegar as you take in the breath-taking views of its beautiful sand beach. Take a trip down the Esplanade for the town’s greatest delicacy- the refreshing Lemon Top at Pacitto’s iconic ice cream shop, or buy yourself a vintage cinema ticket for the town’s revamped Regent cinema. Its vertical pier provides unrivalled views of the area, an industrial landscape so mesmerising North East director Ridley Scott based Blade Runner’s (1982) opening scene on it. The warmer months bring the popular Redcar Races to town, if you want a good excuse to dress up.