I visited Age UK’s Milton Keynes bookshop in Wolverton yesterday. It has been on my radar for a while. I don’t work on Mondays and I went there a monday to find it closed, and since then I have been dreaming of ravaging through it’s bookshelves.
As you can see the bookshop is very neat and organised. And it offers a LOT!
Hardbacks/paperbacks were 3 for £2 yesterday, as there seems to be a manager’s discount at the moment. There are also some rare books which will catch your eye.
This is one of the best charity bookshops I have ever visited as everything was cleanly and neatly displayed and it looked the volunteers put a lot of effort into maintaining this large selection of books. Well done them!
I spent a lot of money!!! Not sure how it happened 🙂 Here are some of my fantastic finds:
If you are around the area, please pop in and I am sure you’ll find something to please your reading appetite!
Happy sunday x
P.S I think Charity shop is a concept not well known to some countries, as I have some international traffic I find the need to explain. In the UK there are second hand shops which are managed and run by charity organisations, people donate goods to them and they sell it to very affordable prices. Fab way to shop for books!