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4 Mill Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB1 2AD
Staffed by volunteers and selling stock donated by you, Books for Amnesty really is the perfect option for all conscientious bookworms. Serving the local community since 1998, this friendly bookshop stocks secondhand books covering most subjects, with particular strengths in fiction, art, and philosophy.
Cambridge Market and 32 Cavendish Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB1 3AF
Books bought and sold. Selling general secondhand books. They have a wide-ranging stock of good-quality, clean books at reasonable prices. There is an interesting mixture of art, poetry, cookery and children's books and a very good selection of paperback fiction.
171-173 Histon Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB4 3JD
An Aladdin’s cave of treasures waiting to be discovered - high-quality clothing, bric-a-brac, books, DVDs, CDs, toys, vintage and retro items. Donations of clean and high-quality goods for sale are very welcome. Old clothing, shoes, bags and belts which are not suitable for sale are recycled, so nothing goes to waste.
Green End, Landbeach, Cambridgeshire CB25 9FD
This warehouse specialises in furniture, household goods, bric-a-brac, electrical white goods, collectables, books, records, CDs and DVDs. There's a coffee shop and free parking on site and you can see the re-created 'Uprising of Kindness' garden which won a silver medal at the Hampton Court Garden Show in 2010. Discounts are available for people on certain benefits or low income with a letter of referral from a registered support organisation.
28 Sidney Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 3HW
With new stock in every week, this shop has a wide range of books as well as selling sheet music, DVDs, CDs, vinyl and fairtrade food. You'll be surprised what you find in this treasure trove. The manager is truly appreciative of the donations: "We're really spoilt because we get such lovely donations. People are so generous."
188 Mill Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB1 3LP
01223 212 644
This bookshop has a wide range of stock and is entirely run by unpaid volunteers. It diverts over a metric tonne of books from potential landfill each month. Books which have not sold in the shop or are too damaged are sold on in bulk to the wholesaler "World of Books" for recycling or sale online. All profit from the shop goes back into the community to support the local RSPCA branch's animal clinic for pet-owners on low-income benefits, and the clinic itself provides hands-on training for Cambridge University's vet students.