The Aldeburgh Bookshop, 42 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk IP15 5AB. 01728 452389 email@example.com
WINNER OF THE INDEPENDENT BOOKSHOP OF THE YEAR AT THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS
Tickets for The 15th Aldeburgh Literary Festival: Thursday 3rd to Friday 6th March 2016 are now on sale. Most events have sold out, but we still have a few--only a few, be warned--tickets for Friday 4th March: 10.00 am Event 2 (Sir Christopher Frayling) and 11.30 am (Frances Wilson). The full programme can be viewed here.
Change of programme: Event 7 on Friday evening will now be chaired by Nick Robinson, broadcaster and BBC Radio 4 Today programme presenter, instead of William Sieghart who has been summoned to jury duty.
Contact the bookshop to order tickets @ £12.00 each.
Customers might be interest to read Clare Armistead's article in The Guardian written in response to Philip Pullman's resignation from the Oxford Literary Festival Board.
Suffolk Feast: One County, Twenty Chefs: Cookbook and Food Lovers' Guide by Glyn Williams and Tessa Allingham. Colour illustrations, large paperback, £19.95 plus £3.90 postage (Second Class Signed For) total £23.85. Click on title to see further details. Click here to email your order to the bookshop.
The Aldeburgh Bookshop Book Club meets on the first Monday of each month at 6.00 pm in the bookshop. Everyone is welcome. See Book Club page for details of forthcoming sessions.
Monday 1st February 2016 at 6.00 pm: Italian Shoes by Henning Mankell
Monday 7th March 2016 at 6:00 pm: Miss Emily by Nuala O'Connor
We are a traditional independent bookshop situated on the High Street in the fashionable town of Aldeburgh. The bookshop was founded in 1949 and the current owners, John and Mary James, have run the shop since 2000. We stock a wide range of history, biography, fiction, travel writing and books on Suffolk, as well as cookery, gardening, natural history and a dedicated children's department. We operate a booksearch service, and we any of our staff are happy to advise customers. We can get most books in stock by the following working day, and we post parcels all over the world.
'This great local bookshop is the best place to browse and buy for miles around – and is the epitome what a bookstore should be: well-stocked, welcoming and staffed by people who love books. The owners, John and Mary James, have been just over a decade, and won the 'Independent Bookshop of the Year' and the British Book Awards a few years ago, and the only wonder is that they haven't won it since, not only because their range is wide, well-chosen and beautifully displaye, with a regular churn of new and interesting volumes on tables, but also for the general ambience of the place, and its contribution to the local community - they run a book club once a month on Monday evenings, organise the annual Aldeburgh Literary Festival and even invite their regulars to share their Desert Island Books, which naturally none can resist.' (www.coolplaces.co.uk).
'The Aldeburgh Bookshop has retained an inviting atmosphere and boasts a fantastic selection that simply makes it an ideal hunting ground for literary treasures - for our whole family, aged 13 to 45.' (Monica Koch in The Guardian).
We sell National Book Tokens, and we have our own Aldeburgh Bookshop vouchers.
We also run The Aldeburgh Literary Festival which takes place at the beginning of March. The dates for next year's Festival are Friday 6th to Sunday 8th March 2015.
We stock the most fantastic range of greetings cards, wrapping paper, notebooks, playing cards and other stationery.