From its Saxon beginnings to the severe floods of 2007, Tewkesbury is one of Britain’s most remarkable towns. It is well known for its Norman abbey of cathedral-like proportions and the great battle which proved to be one of the most decisive in the Wars of the Roses, but its history contains much more that has often been overlooked. In this book local author David Elder delves deep into Tewkesbury’s lost, forgotten and hidden histories, recounting some remarkable stories.
A slow travel guide to Britain, navigating bookshop to bookshop. Visit beaches, castles, coal mines, whiskey distilleries, stately homes and the houses of some of Britain’s best-loved historic writers – plus a host of fantastic bookshops – and find us on Page.101-103!
2023 BOOKER PRIZE WINNER – “Prophet Song” by Paul Lynch in stock
We also have other short-listed titles on our shelves.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING – Post your cards early!
We have a large selection to choose from both Charity and other packs including Ashmoleum Museum.
Why not scroll down on this page to read the digital version of our CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
over 70 pages of Seasonal suggestions.
WINTER EVENINGS are here – the bonus more time to read!
We have added a broad selection of recent publications so please take a look at our New Book Arrivals
JIGSAWS – 500, 1000 and 2000 pieces and some in circular format
old favourites and some more new designs due in before Christmas.
Browse through these pages to see many of our wonderful stock items. We update regularly to keep up with new arrivals. So many more discoveries to make when you visit...
Inspiring ideas for Christmas (or any other occasion) lie within the pages.of this year's Christmas Catalogue. So, take a look and choose the books you would like then send us...
Contact & Collect
We have set up a Contact & Collect at the door service so that customers can and buy their books, cards, jigsaws or any other item we stock or can...
Long ago in 1999 a bookshop called alison’s opened on the High Street of the pretty and historic market town of Tewkesbury.