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Prince of Wales congratulates Crediton Community Bookshop representatives

Crediton Community Bookshop Wins Prince of Wales’ Award 2017

July 21, 2017

The Crediton Community Bookshop team are delighted to be joint winners of The Prince of Wales’ Award 2017, a scheme run by the Devon County Agricultural Association. The standard was very high among the shortlisted applicants and this year it was decided that there would be two winners. The Award is intended to embrace a wide range of schemes where there has been a genuine attempt to move forward in a resourceful and inventive way to the benefit of a … Read more

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The front of Crediton Community Bookshop

Independent Bookshop Week 2017 @ CCB

July 3, 2017

Take a look at some of our highlights of IBW 2017 at Crediton Community Bookshop! Buskers IBW kicked off on the final day of CredFest. Here are some local musicians busking outside and inside the shop: Writer’s Desk Throughout the week we’ve had our writer’s desk enticing customers to have a go typing a few words, reviews, a first line of a book, favourite line of a poem and any other random thoughts on our snazzy typewriter. Certainly easier with … Read more

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Alice Oswald

Alice Oswald – CCB Patron

June 28, 2017

Alice Oswald is the new CCB Patron CCB is pleased and proud to announce a new patron, one of England’s greatest poets, Alice Oswald. Alice was trained as a classicist at New College, University of Oxford. Her first collection of poetry, The Thing in the Gap-Stone Stile (1996), received a Forward Poetry Prize for Best First Collection. Her second book, Dart (2002), was the outcome of years of research into the history, environment, and community along the River Dart in … Read more

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Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction 2017

June 7, 2017

Have you noticed the appearance of customer reviews in the bookshop? As a community bookshop, we want the books we sell to reflect the tastes of our readers and for those readers to be able to recommend particularly good reads to others. The ‘Post-It’ reviews are a new initiative – aiming to be informative and enticing for browsers desiring a good book. Volunteers and customers write our reviews, two snappy sentences that are easy to write and fun to read. … Read more

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