Newham Bookshop logo (2015)

We are now closed, complying with national Covid-19 restrictions

Please email info@newhambooks.co.uk
or call 020 8552 9993 to order books
or arrange a collection.
Open for collections through the door,
Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 12 noon.
We can send orders by post from £2 in the UK.

Thank you to all our loyal customers for your support and patience during this difficult time.

Covid-19 restrictions apply until further notice.

Newham Bookshop exterior


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: @NewhamBookshop


Bookshop logo
If you cannot get to the Bookshop or buy from us directly, please support Newham Bookshop by visiting our shop on Bookshop.org.




View larger map (in new tab)


OpenStreetMap® is open data, licensed under the
Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL)
by the OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF).
what3words location: ///bronze.soccer.desire

Come and visit us

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

Current opening hours
Between Tuesday 29 December
and New Year’s Eve, Thursday 31 December,
the Bookshop is open for collections
from 9 am to 11 am.

From Saturday 2 January, until further notice,
we’ll be open Tuesday to Saturday
from 10 am to 2 pm for collections.

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 the large blocks of flats on the left where West Ham United FC’s Boleyn ground used to be, until you reach The Boleyn pub on the corner at the traffic lights. The World Cup Champions statue is straight ahead, across the road. 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.