201 Ponsonby Road
Ponsonby, Auckland 1011
The following bookshops stock a variety of our publications but please do check with individual stockists if you are looking for a particular issue of Slightly Foxed or book.
If you would like to stock Slightly Foxed magazine or our books in your bookshop, please get in touch with Anna Kirk: [email protected] / 020 7033 0258.
We’re delighted that the Corsham Bookshop has sold copies of Slightly Foxed for the past thirteen years and recommends us to readers each and every quarter. Therefore, it was a pleasure to learn more about life at the bookshop, as well as add to our reading list, courtesy of bookseller Janet Brakspear.
The Suffolk Anthology is an independent bookshop in Cheltenham, named for the bustling Suffolks area in which it sits. Helene Hewett set up shop in 2015, and we’re pleased to say that Slightly Foxed has adorned its shelves from the very beginning. Since opening, the bookshop has flourished, gaining a loyal following of regular customers, as well as attracting passing visitors.
2 Mill Street
Kingsbridge TQ7 1ED
Tel: 01548 857233
As we look towards bright spring days here in Hoxton Square, we find our minds turn to warmer climes, and particularly to Book/Shop in Oakland, a beautiful space that’s lined with books and flooded with light.
Belgravia Books of London is an independent bookshop run by an independent publisher, so it is no wonder that Slightly Foxed has sat proudly on its shelves since it opened its doors six years ago.
Much Ado Books is an independent bookshop in Afriston, run by Cate Olsen and Nash Robbins, two Americans who decided to sell both new and old books in a medieval village in the heart of the Cuckmere Valley.
The Wyken Estate, just outside Bury St Edmunds, encompasses a vineyard, beautiful gardens, a restaurant, a café, a farmers’ market, an extensive country store and, notably, a bookshop. Carla Carlisle came to Wyken when she married her husband Kenneth in 1986. She set about diversifying the farm and it has thrived ever since.
Situated in the seaside town of Aldeburgh, this handsome red bookshop looks out over the North Sea and welcomes book-seeking locals and visiting tourists all year round.
Few bookshops in London have the density of books, informed staff or seductive atmosphere to compare with John Sandoe’s. We asked Johnny, who was a regular contributor to Slightly Foxed in its early days, to talk to us about this distinguished independent bookshop.
Nic and Juliette Bottomley have created a bright and relaxing place in the heart of Bath in which to browse and buy books, and will always provide a warm welcome.
‘A wonderful introduction into the world of independent bookselling’
Heffers Bookshop in Cambridge has been a Foxed favourite for decades, before Slightly Foxed was even a notion. Members of our team have previously lived, studied and worked in Cambridge. In fact, our Editor Gail Pirkis and Publicity Manager Steph Allen worked at Heffers itself and have fond memories of their time there . . .
We’ve had a soft spot for Topping & Company, Bath since it opened in 2007 with an outstanding team of booksellers including Saber Khan and Kathleen Smith. Kathleen was a founding member of Slightly Foxed and has taken her unique blend of energy and creativity to run a vibrant series of events for Topping & Co. Kathleen also happens to be married to one of our favourite book designers and illustrators – the talented James Nunn who created many of the foxes that adorn the covers of our quarterly.
The Barnes Bookshop is one of three independent bookshops owned by Isla Dawes, with the others located in Kew and Sheen, who has worked in the book industry for twenty years. Here she tells us more about the Barnes branch, recalls her life in books and recommends some gems in time for Christmas . . .
Wenlock Books has been the beating heart of the high street in the ancient market town of Much Wenlock since 1987. Loved by locals and visitors alike, customers include regulars from South Africa, France, the USA and New Zealand, as well as UK customers from Manchester, Birmingham, London and Edinburgh. Some visit every year, some pop in two or three times a week: the bookshop has a large family! At the head of this family is shop owner and bookseller Anna Dreda, and we happily quizzed her on life at Wenlock Books.
This charming independent bookshop is very much at the heart of its community and, with new and second-hand books on two floors, handmade ceramics by a local potter and delightful personal decorations from owner/manager Kate, it attracts book lovers from near and far.
One Tree Books is a vibrant independent bookshop in Petersfield, Hampshire. Whether you wish to browse the comprehensive range of fiction, visit the first floor for classical music, travel and reference, or settle down with a new book, coffee and cake in the cafe on the ground floor…
Golden Hare Books is a gem of a bookshop over the border in Edinburgh. Just last month they moved from historic Grassmarket to new premises in St Stephen Street, Stockbridge, and are open for business once again, ready to welcome customers old and new.
Wiltshire SN13 0HL
Tel: 01249 715988
88 Church Street
North Yorkshire YO22 4BH
Tel: 01947 606202
10 King Street
Surrey TW9 1ND
Tel: 0208 9401802
1 Graham Place
Orkney KW16 3BY
Tel: 01856 850565
St John’s Church Terrace
Edinburgh EH2 4BJ
Tel: 0131 229 3776
12A Packhorse Road
Gerrards Cross SL9 7QE
Tel: 01753 885429
Somerset BA7 7BG
Tel: 01963 350917
7 Lavant Street
Hampshire GU32 3EL
Tel: 01730 261199
209 Kentish Town Road
London NW5 2JU
Tel: 020 7485 7793
Norfolk PE31 8HD
Tel: 01328 730270
16 St Edwards Passage,
Cambridge CB2 3PJ
Tel: 01223 354619