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
During the early months of 2020, when it is often grey and cold and even less people on the streets of Truro. The shop will be only open from Wednesday to Saturday, usually between the hours of 11am and 4 … Continue reading
The shop will close early on Fri. 25th & Sat 26th October. We will then take a complete break from business and close the shop throughout the following week and not reopening until Tues. 5th November, we apologise for any … Continue reading
We are now re-open Tues – Sat for the springtime months, with our regular trading hours of 10.30 – 4.30 in operation. During Easter we will be open on Saturday 20th, but closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and the … Continue reading
We are open Mondays to Saturdays throughout December, with the shop operating trading hours, of 10.30 am – 4.30 pm. However we will close at 3 pm on both Christmas Eve and News Years Eve, as well as closing completely … Continue reading
We will be closed on Mondays, throughout the autumn except for December, when we will return to increased trading hours for the Christmas period. Otherwise we are open Tuesday to Saturday, normally between 10.30 am and 4.30pm (often earlier, sometimes later).
This Saturday, April 14th, we will be holding a Children’s Book Swap and Exchange as part of Truro’s Children’s day celebrations. The event is free for children and young people, all they need is to simply bring along a book … Continue reading
The shop will be closed on Good Friday and the bank holiday Monday, but open on Saturday as usual.
We have a Antiquarian shop cash box for sale, available to view at the shop… … Continue reading
We have an intensive range of local interest books in the shop about Cornwall, for the benefit of locals and visitors alike. Browsing is free, but when you buy a book you are helping maintain the survival of an independent … Continue reading