Due to unforeseen circumstances the shop will close at 1pm on Wed. 15th Sept. and at 3pm on Thurs. 16th Sept. We apologise for any inconvenience.
We have decided to remain trading throughout this summer from the shop only Wed. to Sat. from 11am. – 4pm. Trade is often quiet and is yet to return to where it was prior to Coronavirus. Currently my wife Joan … Continue reading
Our bookshop is becoming like an oven, due to the lack of insulation on the building and the capacity for the books inside to store heat, especially post the midday sun. Therefore with the additional reality of very low number … Continue reading
As a small shop with limited space, we are requesting customers continue to wear masks when inside the shop until further notice for the safety and wellbeing of others.
We will be holding our annual Children’s book swap outside Just Books in Pydar Mews on Saturday 26th June as part of the celebrations for Truro Children’s day. The swap* will be from 11 am to 3 pm. Simply bring … Continue reading
Just Books will return to the hustle and bustle of bookselling from Wednesday 19th May. When the shop will be open from 11am to 4pm. Wednesday to Saturday. We hope to see the return of previous customers as well as … Continue reading
Although non essential shops can re-open from April 12th, we have decided to remain closed a little longer and will not re-open until sometime in May. When we will then look forward to meeting old and new customers alike in … Continue reading
Despite being closed due to the continued lockdown and probably remaining so to at least Easter if not later, we are still getting a lot of online enquiries and phone calls from people wanting to sell us books. Unfortunately as … Continue reading
With lockdown III being an on-going reality for sometime yet to come, due to justified reasons of public safety, it is likely that the Bookshop may remain in hibernation until Easter. In the meantime as Booksellers we are still available for … Continue reading
We are not rushing to re-open the shop. January is traditionally our worse month of the year and with only managing to average 50% of our normal sales since the first lockdown as well as the recent development of Cornwall … Continue reading