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Christian CaféFrom the CRFL About Us page:
Our Centre is located in Gitana Street which is almost in the centre of Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent where we have been providing books and other resources to churches and Sunday schools for nearly 70 years. However, we are more than a bookshop and have been described as an oasis in the middle of a busy retail and commercial environment. Our Centre Manager - Julie Ann Ellis - has many years of experience in the retail trade and the selecting and provision of Christian books and other resources. Julie Ann is ably supported by her team at the Centre and behind the scenes. You are most welcome to drop in for a chat and a browse anytime we are open - which is Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm...

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Gitana Street
Staffordshire ST1 1DY  • Map
Phone/Fax: 01782 212146

Contact: Julie Ann Ellis

Website: www.crfl.co.uk

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Opening Times
Monday to Saturday, 9am - 5pm
24/7 Online

Products & Services Available
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Also Available
Church Supplies

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Winner of the Christian Resources Together "Large Christian Retailer of the Year" Award 2013

News & Notes (most recent first)
Methodist Book Centre: News, Methodist Church Newport & Lower Wye Circuit, 24/10/2013
In Many Bookshops with Pastor Charmley: The Methodist Book Centre: Strict and Particular, 16/1/2012

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