Quaker Bookshop sell a range of Quaker books relating to religion and environmental issues, spirituality, liberal Christianity, social responsibility, conflict resolution and peace work. There is also a children's section and a second hand section. A corner has been set aside for Britain Yearly Meeting free literature.
Venue Details & Map
173-177 Euston RoadRegent's ParkLondonNW1 2BE
- +44 (0)20 7663 1030
- Public transport:
- Euston Square, Underground
Religion really does not have to enter the conversation here when a quick, (fair-trade) coffee and caramel slice is in order.
I cannot comment on the bookshop per se, as I have not browsed the shelves- normally for me the Quaker Meeting House functions as a delightful, quiet study environment. There is plenty of space, a multitude of nooks and crannies to nestle within, and for a bit of...more
As the last yelper said, this little bookshop is a bit dowdy. But in the hussle and bussle of London, with a sleek Waterstone's within an easy walk away, I find the Quaker Bookshop to be incredibly endearing and more than a little refreshing. It's quiet, with friendly people and an interesting eclectic stock of this and that. The coffee shop was a nice touch, and I frequently enjoy a...more
I am not religious but I am forever looking for good reference books -and so I came upon the Quaker Bookshop by chance. I admit my knowledge of the Quaker religion is little -and I had no idea what I would come across.
What I found was a comfortable if not a little dowdy bookshop with a surprisingly very well stocked Fair trade cafe in the middle.
No glamour here - but an impressive...more