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World Book Night

At the at Bury St Edmunds Waterstones Arc store they are celebrating World Book Night event. ...

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Date Added: July 2012

Annabelle, Bury St Edmunds

The Arc Waterstones is a welcoming shop full of a wide range of books. (perfect for bookworms like me!) It's a large shop with clear sections for all genres including a bright childrens area towards the back. The staff are all very friendly and offer really good advice as well as amazing recommendations. The location is also very good as it is easy to find and visit. There is plenty of space and seats to browse through books to find what you are looking for. I would highly recommend visiting as it will be worth the effort.

Date Added: July 2012

Thomas, Bury St Edmunds

I personally love The Arc shop it's modern and while smaller than some still has a large range of books. I bought Game of Thrones here, it's one of my favourite books and I'm now on Dance with Dragons (the forth book in the series). I really like the recomendations made by the staff and the fish tank!

Date Added: July 2012

Ellen, Bury St Edmunds

The Waterstones within the Arc caters for all types of readers and people. The fish tank offer a place for the children to stay entertained while the parents explore. Things are easy to find when in store, yet staff are always willing to lend a hand and answer any questions or queries. I really like the music that is played in the shop, it gives a really good vibe. Even if you're not a big fan of reading, there is something for everyone. It is so colourful and welcoming!

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Address 1 Gosnold Street, Bury St Edmunds
IP33 3FB

Opening Hours Mon-Thurs 09.00-17.30
Fri 09.30-17.30
Sat 09.00-17.30
Sun 10.30-16.30

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