Walkers Bookshops

Thomas Rayment left his mark in our roof

You will be amazed by whatís in our roof space!

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Walkers is a family run business, serving Oakham & Stamford since 1972. Thank you for finding us on line and we look forward to welcoming you into one of our shops soon.

 

 

If you need to contact me for any reason then please use my personal

e-mail address here:

 

timwalker@walkersbookshops.co.uk

Opening Hours

 

Oakham & Stamford are open:

 

Monday to Saturday

8:30am - 5:30pm

 

Sunday - 10am - 4pm

Bank Holidays - 10am - 4pm

 

 

Contact Details

 

Stamford Shop

10 High Street

STAMFORD

Lincolnshire

PE9 2AL

 

Tel: 01780 764405

stamford@walkersbookshops.co.uk

 

Oakham Shop

27 High Street

OAKHAM

Rutland

LE15 6AH

 

Tel: 01572 723957

oakham@walkersbookshops.co.uk

 

Registered Office

27 High Street

OAKHAM

Rutland

LE15 6AH

 

Tel: 01572 723957

 

General Enquiries

 

Account Queries

Events

We are out and about selling books at some wonderful events this spring.

 

Be surprised by poetry

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Poetry

in the

Bookshop

 

Come along and meet

local poets and thespians at our Stamford shop and

enjoy poetry and prose readings from 10am - 2pm.

 

If you have a favourite poem that you would like to hear, drop us a line, or why not come along and read it yourself!

 

 

Saturday 27th May

 

Saturday 24th June

 

Saturday 22nd July

 

Saturday 19th August

 

Saturday 16th September

 

Saturday 14th October

 

Saturday 11th November

Find us at

Royal Geographical Society

 

Benedict Allen

 

Adventures in Paradise

 

June 14th†† -†† 7.30pm

 

With his usual good humour and

enthusiasm, Benedict reveals the

full story of his dramatic return to Papua New Guinea (recently featured in an inspiring BBC 2 series) - through the swamps, in search of the islandís elusive birds of paradise.

Author, adventurer and film-maker, Benedict Allen is the only person known to have crossed the Amazon Basin at its widest, arguably no one alive has lived so long isolated and alone in so many potentially hostile remote environments.