Opening Times

2017

OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 10am-5pm

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
Jun242016

MARCIA WILLETT - LATEST BOOK LAUNCH

Local author Marcia Willett gave a talk about her writing at Dartmouth Library at the launch of her latest book, The Songbird, set on Dartmoor. The event was supported by Dartmouth Community Bookshop. She signed copies of her new book and the newly published paperback of her book Summer on the River, set in Dartmouth.

Friday
Nov062015

JONATHAN DIMBLEBY TALK ON NEW BOOK

Dartmouth Community Bookshop is celebrating its 4th birthday by hosting a major presentation by broadcaster and historian Jonathan Dimbleby on his new book, The Battle of the Atlantic at the Flavel Arts Centre, Dartmouth on Saturday 5th December 2015 at 3pm.


Jonathan has very kindly agreed to give his talk for the benefit of the Community Bookshop. He will sign copies of the book (on sale at the event)

Tickets cost £10 from the Flavel Box Office, Dartmouth, Tel: 01803 839530 www.theflavel.org.uk

 

Sunday
Oct112015

LOCAL AUTHOR SIGNINGS

Marcia Willett signed her latest book, Summer on the River, which features a murder during Regatta, in the bookshop.

Joslin Fiennes gave a talk at the Dartmouth Library on ner new book, the History of English Surnames. She is pictured below signing books after the event, with Andrea Saunders, bookshop manager.

Monday
Jun152015

OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER

Our new extension has allowed us to improve the space we have for children in the bookshop. We won an award from author James Patterson to assist us with this project. Now all our children's books are together in an enlarged area, and we found a delightful little children's chair in our local antique shop. A child size Pooh bear is ready for a hug from small visitors, recalling the connection we have preserved to the Harbour Bookshop founded by Christopher Robin Milne in the 1950s.

 

Saturday
May022015

OUR YARD EXTENSION IS OPEN

We are putting the finishing touches to our lovely new extension which covers the old yard behind the bookshop. Painitng is nearly complete and we are adding more shelves to display our fantastic selection of books better. Pictured is our Manager, Andrea Saunders by what was the back window, and Tony Fyson, Bookshop Chairman in the new extension. The lovely stained glass window was the door to the yard - it is now a cupboard!