Monthly Archives: September 2013

Book Launch with Mark Earey

Mark Earey will be in Sarum College Bookshop on Tuesday 15 October, 5.30pm, launching his new book, Beyond Common Worship: Anglican Identity and Liturgical Diversity. Read more

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Talk and Book Launch with Timothy Beardson

Timothy Beardson captivated an audience of 40 guests introducing his book ‘Stumbling Giant: The Threats to China’s Future’. The talk provided an interesting insight into China’s current and future global development. Canon Bruce Duncan introduced the financier and also chaired the evening. … Read more

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Congratulations to our Competition Prize Winners!

First prize: The Revd Les Player; second prize: Alison Whiting; third prize: Jane Shaw; fourth prize: Kay Davidge Thank you to the suppliers of our prizes, SPCK, SCM Canterbury Press, Kevin Mayhew and Sarum College Bookshop. The winning tie-breaker was: … Read more

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Bookshop Bestsellers August 2013

August’s bestseller was our Book of the Month, A Call to Serve by Stefan Von Kempis which provides an informative insight into Pope Francis’ life. Martha Mumford’s Shhh! Don’t Wake the Royal Baby is selling well with its lovely tale about the new addition to the Royal Family with beautiful illustrations by Ada Grey. Archbishop Justin Welby’s biography A Road to Canterbury is still in the top ten bestsellers and has been since it was published in March proving to be a very popular read! Read more

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Book of the Month: September 2013

Woodbine Willie by Bob Holman (2013) “Woodbine Willie” was the affectionate name given to the Reverend G. A. Studdert Kennedy MC (1883-1929) by the men with whom he served in France during the Great War 1914-18. Stationed initially in a … Read more

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