Newham Bookshop logo (2015) Regional Winner
 
Newham Black History Month October 2020
Newham Bookshop
is proud to support Newham Black History Month 2020
Black and British: A Forgotten History
Black and British: A short wessential history
The Girl with the Louding Voice
Terraformed: Young Black Lives in the Inner City
Mister Good Times

Now open
Tuesday to Saturday
10 am to 4 pm

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Contact us and visit Newham Bookshop

Contact details


743-745 Barking Road
London E13 9ER
Telephone: 020 8552 9993
Email: info@newhambooks.co.uk
Website: www.newhambooks.co.uk
Twitter: Twitter blue bird logo@NewhamBookshop

If you can’t visit us, please order books by email or phone.

We are now welcoming up to two customers at a time in the Adults’ shop, and up to two in the Children’s shop. Please wear face masks, to keep us all safe.

Collect books ordered

Talk to us about book choices

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Come and visit us

Choose from our wide-ranging stock of books for adults and from our specialist children’s bookshop.

Current opening hours
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10 am ‐ 4 pm
Wednesday 10 am ‐ 4 pm
Thursday 10 am ‐ 4 pm
Friday 10 am ‐ 4 pm
Saturday 10 am ‐ 4 pm
Sunday Closed

Newham Bookshop is less than ten minutes’ walk from Upton Park tube station on the District and the Hammersmith & City lines. Turn right out of the station along Green Street. Walk past where West Ham United FC’s Boleyn ground used to be on the left until you get to the traffic lights. The World Cup Champions statue is straight ahead. Turn right on to Barking Road — we are a few yards along on the right.

Buses 5, 58, 104, 115, 147, 330 and 376 all pass close by. There is limited parking for non-residents in the side streets close to the Bookshop.

Use Transport for London’s Journey Planner (tfl.gov.uk) to find your way to Newham Bookshop.