📖🦁Did you know Bridlington Lions have a Bookshop?🦁📖

The Lions Bookshop is located in Prospect Arcade facing Palace Car Park and has been a regular source of good quality reading material for nearly two decades. The bookshop has recently undergone some improvements and to celebrate, they are having a ‘Two 4 One’ sale for the next few weeks (sorry, this offer does not apply to books in the showcase window).

At the Lions Bookshop you’ll find a vast array of books covering all the well known fiction authors, true life stories, biographies, sci-fi, horror and childrens as well as crafts and hobbies from angling to yoga, they also sell jigsaws.

Opening hours are from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm, six days a week. The shop is run by a rota of Lions and Friends of Lions and their voluntary service enables funds to be raised so that Bridlington Lions Club can fulfil its commitment to serve the community.

The bookshop welcomes donations of books especially good quality fiction and jigsaws.

So get yourself along to the Lions bookshop and stock up with good books and jigsaws for those long winter evenings!

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