Black Friday is gone, Saturday Sanctuary is here
Saturday Sanctuary will celebrate bookshops as a place of calm and respite from our hectic daily lives.
Replacing Civilised Saturday, Saturday Sanctuary will celebrate bookshops as a place of calm and respite from our hectic daily lives, and will take place the day after Black Friday. Customers will be able to enjoy exclusive offers on books, herbal teas, reading corners – and much more.
Book lovers are encouraged to treat themselves to some bibliotherapy and kick start the Christmas shopping in a relaxed and calm environment make sure you visit US today to experience the first-ever Saturday Sanctuary!
The day after Black Friday:
Need some relaxation during the Christmas shopping madness?
Come along to Saturday Sanctuary this Saturday (25th November).
We will have story time (at intervals between 2 and 4pm), you will have the opportunity to buy a surprise gift with a book 'lucky dip' (proceeds going to Parental Care Ministries, helping orphaned children in Uganda) and as usual you can browse our 3 for 2 offer on a selection of children's books.
If the crowds of people in town and around the Christmas Fayre get too much, then come here for some peace.
Come and join this fella in our safe haven!
Fancy a selfie with a banana? Feel free! :D
'DO NOT BE CONFORMED TO THIS WORLD, BUT BE TRANSFORMED BY THE RENEWAL OF YOUR MIND, THAT BY TESTING YOU MAY DISCERN WHAT IS THE WILL OF GOD, WHAT IS GOOD AND ACCEPTABLE AND PERFECT.' - ROMANS 12:2
The North Wales Pioneer newspaper is running a 'Best Business In Llandudno' competition which we have entered!
On the counter at the shop is a small cup for people's change and each year around £650 is sent to Uganda (Parental Care Ministries) from that, which now sponsors two students at the High School.
If you feel you can vote for the shop in this competition and we do well, it will give us publicity which will hopefully have a knock-on effect for PCM as well. The link is below and it should only take a couple of minutes. Thank you.
Please vote for 'Kingdom Kraft' not 'Fairtrade and Christian Shop'. They don't ask for any information such as your name or e-mail address. You can only do it once per 'device' that you use (e.g. phones and computers etc.)
- Pam and Marian run Kingdom Krafts & Beacon Books in Llandudno, North Wales. We are passionate about helping people out of poverty and spreading Christian resources.
'And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.' - Micah 6:8, NIV
- I blog anything that I think relates to our business!
- SOPHIE xx