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Foyles at Charing Cross Road

Our world-famous flagship bookstore, with the widest range of titles of any bookshop in the UK, plus a Café, Auditorium, Gallery and year-round literary and music events.

Foyles at Cabot Circus, Bristol

Situated in Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, our first shop outside London for 70 years opened on 24 March 2011 and aims to be, quite simply, the best bookshop in Bristol.

Foyles at London Waterloo Station

The newest branch of Foyles holds around 15,000 titles over two floors, offering a bubble of tranquillity in the UK's busiest rail terminus.

Foyles at Royal Festival Hall

Our cosy bookshop on the Thames hosts a wide range of titles and supports the illustrious Southbank Centre literary and music events programmes.

Foyles at Westfield Stratford City

Our bookstore on the lower ground level of Europe's largest shopping centre, Westfield Stratford City.

 

 

About Foyles

Our new flagship bookshop at Charing Cross Road opened on 7th June 2015 at Number 107, just a few doors down from our old shop.To mark the move, we ran an all-star programme of events. Alongside our flagship shop on Charing Cross Road, we've been steadily expanding across London since we opened our first new branch in 2005 at the Royal Festival Hall. We now have branches in Westfield Stratford City, Waterloo Station and Bristol.

In January 2014 we opened the new store in Waterloo Station. At nearly 3000 square feet, it offers a range of around 15,000 titles, alongside an eclectic range of gifts, stationery and Foyles-branded souvenirs.

Bristol was our first shop outside London for 70 years and opened in Bristol's Cabot Circus in March 2011; it was selected in the Independent's Top 50 UK Bookshops.

Time OutWe're proud to have been named UK Bookseller of the Year at the 2013 Bookseller Industry Awards for the second year running, as well as being shortlisted for Children's Bookseller of the Year and Highly Commended in the Marketing Campaign of the Year category. We won both UK Bookseller of the Year and UK Children's Bookseller of the Year at the 2012 Bookseller Industry Awards. We were named London Independent Bookseller of the Year at the 2007 Industry Awards and our expansion meant that in 2008 we were named Chain Bookselling Company of the Year as well as overall UK Bookseller of the Year. We are delighted to have been voted Time Out's Number One London Bookshop. We appear at number 16 on the capital's overall best stores too! Foyles is still independently owned by the Foyle family.

Our flagship shop held the world record for the largest bookshop in the world and we still boast the largest range under one roof of any bookshop in the UK. Whichever store you visit, you can expect to find as wide a range of books as possible, carefully curated to the specific needs of each of our stores' customers, as well as knowledgeable booksellers who are happy to help.

Please click on the store names for further information and opening hours. You can now browse our stock availability for all our shops through this website 24 hours a day and then reserve what you want for instore collection or delivery anywhere in the world (including one of our stores for you to pick up at your convenience).

Account services are also available for commercial businesses, the public sector, schools and institutions.

 
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