• Mon

    The Baileys Women's Prize For Fiction shortlist was announced on 3rd April 2017. We're running a Reading Challenge in honour of the list.

    Stage One
    Read the shortlisted books (or as many as you can) on your own, with a group of friends, or as part of a book group before Tuesday 6th June.

    Stage Two
    Join us at the bookshop on Monday 5th June to discuss the books and debate who should take the prize before the official winner is announced!

    We'll offer 20% off each shortlisted book, or buy the list as a bundle for £40. Drinking Baileys is optional.

    The shortlisted books are as follows:

    Stay With Me by Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀̀
    The Power Naomi Alderman
    The Dark Circle by Linda Grant
    The Sport of Kings by C.E. Morgan
    First Love by Gwendoline Riley
    Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien

    Speak to our team and add your name to the challenge!

  • Thu
    7:00 pmat the shop

    As part of the Crediton Festival CCB is proud to be hosting a talk on The Royal Clarence Fire and Exeter's Ancient Buildings by Dr Todd Gray MBE.
    One consequence of Exeter's recent fire in Cathedral Close has been a resurgence of public interest in our ancient buildings. Dr Gray will discuss that event and then outline the current plans to bring into the public domain the research already undertaken by a wide range of individuals and to develop new lines of enquiry.

    Dr Gray is a Research Fellow at Exeter University and the author of more than 40 books on Devon's history.

  • Sat
    10:15 amCrediton Community Bookshop

    Meet author Amy Sparkes at CCB on Saturday 17th June. Amy will be reading from her funny picture book, 'Robo-Snot'. There will be a chance to design your own robot and make up your own robot story! For ages 3-8years.

  • Thu
    7:30 pmat the shop

    As part of the Crediton Festival CCB is proud to be hosting performance poets Ian Beech and friends to offer a taste of Torquay’s nationally renowned Poetry Island, a ‘Magical Evening in Spoken Word Paradise’!
    You are guaranteed an entertaining evening with some of the South West’s top performance poets.
    Tickets £6