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Monthly Bookshop Planning Round Table - Help us to plan our new flagship store

Monday 25th March 2013 6:30pm - 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Free Event

As you may have heard by now, in the spring of 2014 we move our shop to 107-109 Charing Cross Road, the former home of Central St Martin*s College of Art just next door. Even though we have over a year until the move, the planning happens now, and we'd like your help to make sure it's just right. Once a month, we'll open the meeting room doors so that you can join us as we sit down with the floor plans and, most importantly, let us know what you'd like to see in your new Foyles alongside like-minded bibliophiles.

The night includes:
-The chance to help us brainstorm ideas for the move next door with Foyles booksellers and fellow customers in an informal setting

-An exclusive look into what plans are already underway

-An opportunity to tell us what more (or less!) you'd like to see from us now

-Nibbles, drinks and great conversation with other book-lovers

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor, Charing Cross Road
Tickets: Free. Please email to reserve a place*

If you can't attend this event but would like to tell us your thoughts for our building next door, please email us on

*Please note that places are limited to 12 per month and will be allocated on a first come first served basis


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