Opening Times

2019

OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 10am-5pm

OPEN SUNDAYS 11am-4pm in holidays

 

 

12 Higher Street

(opposite the Cherub Inn)

Dartmouth TQ6 9RB

 

 

 

Contact Details

Tel: 01803 839571

Email: info@dartmouth

communitybookshop.co.uk

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Friday
Jan112019

For Winnie-the-Pooh fans

We stock modern copies of the famous Winnie-the-Pooh books by AA Milne, illustrated by EH Shepard, and celebrate Dartmouth's connections to his son, Christopher Robin Milne who ran the Harbour Bookshop in Dartmouth for 20 years from the 1950s.

Come and see our books and Pooh postcards and prints, and talk to our manager, Andrea, who remembers Christopher at the Harbour bookshop.

We also have many interesting books maps and guides for visitors to help them make the most of our lovely historic  town.

Our children's corner and Pooh in the shop.

Monday
Dec042017

Robin Ince at the Flavel

We sold Robin Ince's latest book with Brian Cox, How to build a Universe, at his recent performance at the Flavel. here he is signing the books. A great Christmas present for fans of the Infinite Monkey Cage - buy the book from the shop.

 

 

Monday
Sep042017

BRITANNIA'S VOICES

Dartmouth Community Bookshop, with the Friends of Dartmouth Library, is supporting a talk on the book, Britannia's Voices, 60 years of training at the BRNC, by its authour Joslin Fiennes.

The event is on Tuesday 19 September at Dartmouth Library at 17.30, tickets £2.50, from the library, including refreshments. We will be selling signed copies of the book which costs £7.00

Thursday
Aug312017

Our regatta window

Saturday
May202017

A Homeland Denied 

We are holding an event jointly with Dartmouth Library at 5.30pm on Tuesday 23 May entitled A Homeland Denied - in the footsteps of a Polish PoW by Irena Kossakowski.

Her book is based on memories of her father, a young Polish university student in 1939 who joined the army only to be captured by the Russians and sent to a labour camp. This is the dramatic and poignant story of his  wartime experiences, eventually joining the British army. The event marks the allied victory at Monte Casino, where he fought, and where there was huge loss of life, particularly amongst the Polish forces. Tickets cost £2.50 from the library.

The book is for sale at the shop.