The Aardvark Blog

The Aardvark Blogger is always busy!

Lots going on with events and visitors to the bookshop. Not to mention plans for next year, markets and fairs, author events, live music and much more. Keep looking in to find out about everything that is happening in the bookshop in the middle of nowhere.

Roadworks, new philosophy library and lots of CDs13th January 2018

Balfour Beatty have just written to us to say that the A4110 at Adforton will be closed (but see update below) from Wednesday-Friday 24th-26th of January from 9.30-15.30 each day. If you are planning on visiting Aardvark during those days and are coming up from the South you might like to take an alternative route.

NB - update! Good News:

This morning (Weds 24th Jan) as we came through, the hi-vis jacketed workers said they would be operating a convoy system, so it will mean delays but not road closure - after all!

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New Year and lots of books7th January 2018

I cannot believe that it is already a week since my last blog. The year has turned and I am already getting used to writing 2018 on cheques. We have had a bit of a mini-book buying boom this last week and I am therefore facing the usual quandry as to how I can process the piles of books as quickly as possible.

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