Wells has an old shop
on College Street in Kingsgate
Village, with fine books for all
the family, and a particularly large
If you can't visit the shop, please
to order or reserve the books you
We run the campus bookshop
at the University of Winchester.
Wells provides book fairs,
author events, and sales
to schools throughout Hampshire
And we have on our premises a traditional
If you want to look inside our shop
from where you are now, find us on
of Activities & Events
Stories & Songs at P&G
Wells (for up to 3 years
Half-hour drop-in sessions for the
very young. Wednesday mornings. Click
to download a poster.
Creative Writing Classes with
"Just Write" Saturday
workshops this autumn for young writers,
starting January 2016.
for details. Call 01962-852016 for
details & to book a place.
Author Events with P&G
We regularly help out at events
at Winchester's Discovery Centre.
Check here regularly for details of
Thursday 28th April, 6.30 pm - the launch of Suffragans from Suffragettes by Nick Owen, a light-hearted but factual look at the history of women in the Church in England.
Download a copy of the poster/invitation here.
Coming soon: Chris
Packham at the University of Winchester,
Friday 13th May. Free tickets via
Away from the shop, we'll also be providing the books for the Alresford Literary Festival, Saturday 4th June from 10.30 in the morning. Full details & a poster here.
Book Groups at P&G
Wells (for all ages)
Groups meet regularly in the shop,
including The Kitchen Dancers, the
the Milkshake Club and the University
of Winchester Book Club.
Winchester Poetry Festival
The Festival is hosting an All Day
reading of Shakespeare's Sonnets on
his birthday, 23rd April 2016, in
the cafe area of the Discovery Centre.
To take part, sign up here
Calling all poets aged 8 - 11: The
Young Poets' Ballad Competition is
here! (closing date 10th September).
for a poster, and here
for details of how to enter.
host a guest speaker on the last Thursday
of each month, usually at the Discovery
Hampshire Writers' Society
meets on the second Tuesday of each
month, usually at the University Of
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