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1. Naseby Books - Stantonbury

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5 Naseby Ct, Bradville, Milton Keynes MK13 7EP, United Kingdom

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Layby Farm, Old Risborough Rd, Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury HP22 5XJ, United Kingdom

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3. Age UK Milton Keynes Wolverton Books - Wolverton and Greenleys

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202 Stratford Rd, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5RL, United Kingdom

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Julia SH: An utter gem of a place! I found this charity book store on a random Tesco visit and now it’s become my favourite place to visit for my books! They do 3 for £2 on some genre of books and I’ve come out paying £1 for a collectors edition book several times so definitely worth a visit if you’re a book worm!
Sophie Hook: This is a great charity bookshop. It’s well organised and they have a great selection of titles- even better than the flagship oxfam bookstore in London!
Paul Savage: Next to Tesco's and a short walk from Wolverton's train station and former Agora, this charity bookstore has numerous books over a number of topics.There's no toilets instore, but Tesco's and the train station has some.There's not much parking outside, but plenty at Tesco's and outside the former Agora.
MARK REID: Remember when charity bookshops might turn up a real gem? Not anymore. Yes, the books here are cheap, but it looks as though the best stuff has already been sifted (and put on EBay?). I looked throughout for a genuine first edition in very good condition: nothing doing. You know the game is up when there is a ‘collectible’ section.
Fiona Hinitt: Loads of books separated into different genres - very reasonably priced - pleasant and friendly staff
Harikrishnan Balachandran: Lovely little second hand bookshop at Wolverton right next to the Tesco Superstore. The shop boasts of an amazing collection of books in good condition which are also very reasonably priced. I will definitely be going here more often and wish I had discovered this earlier. It also feels good to contribute to a helpful cause while purchasing from here.
Gareth Lewis: Not your usual "charity shop" this place is like a REAL bookshop, with lots of the recently published adult fiction, as well as a wide range of older books you won't find in Waterstones. There is always a large collection of children's (and "young adult") books in great condition which are two for a pound, making it easy (ie cheap!) to encourage non-phone reading - and to get "set books" for school without breaking the bank. I have to admit, I am biased, as I volunteer there occasionally, but mainly so I can get first pick of the classic SF, most of which is out of print nowadays. If you like books and don't want to pay Amazon prices, pay this place a visit.
Marie Morris: Love this bookshop and can’t wait for it to open again post lockdown. Is doesn’t feel like a charity shop at all but has that lovely old bookshop feel to it; perfect for mooching. Husband reads about two or three books each week so it can become expensive. This shop has a marvellous range of books, all in very good condition and priced so cheaply. We regularly shop there and return the books bought on previous visits as well as any others bought from elsewhere. When they reopen after lockdown I know we have a whole bookcase worth of books to bring to them and no doubt will come away again with another shelf full to keep him occupied for a week, or three! It has been very expensive!The staff are always friendly and always so pleased and appreciative when receiving donations. They do a great job. It is good to feel one is helping out the charity whilst being able to benefit at the same time.
Abs: My nan goes and takes books and she says she loves the low prices and how many books you can get x
M Be: Lovely bookstoreGreat selectionNice atmosphereStaff could be a bit friendlier
Dan Patmore: Such an amazing range of books at great prices. I came away with 7 for £7! Just remember cash.
George Belsham: A hidden gem of a second hand book shop, they have everything that comes in a book format, from sci-fi fiction to crafting books, they have all your literature needs!
Vasily Samuel Gerrans: Brilliant place! All books for £1, including Shakespeare, Aristotle, Dickens and many others.
Janet: Who needs Amazon with a fantastic second hand bookshop like this? Great range of books, all sorted and classified so it's easy to find what you want and friendly helpful staff. I dropped in hoping to find 3 particular books and they were all there. At £1 each.
Phil Marsh: Usually superb value for money - most things are very very cheap and good quality. They seem to turn over a lot of books here and its not hard to see why - books are priced to sell! Well worth popping in if in the area. NOT your average charity bookshop.
Alexandra Wells: Excellent value for money. Good quality books. Helpful staff and lovely handmade cards!

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