Thousands of books on offer at Norwich book fair

A book fair is being held at St. Andrew's Church. Picture: Phil Lunn

A book fair is being held at St. Andrew's Church. Picture: Phil Lunn - Credit: Archant

Thousands of books are on offer at a bargain price at a fair being held at St. Andrew's Church, Norwich to raise money to support the work of a refugee charity.

The 48th Feed the Minds Book Fair is running until Saturday June 24.

Admission is free with sales from books going to support the work of Feed the Minds who help refugees in Burundi, on the border with Tanzania.

The fair was opened by Lord Mayor of Norwich David Fullman who in his opening speech recounted the previous occasion he opened the fair in 1989.

On Saturday there is a silent auction being held at 11am.


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Feed the Minds is a UK based international development charity with 50 years of experience delivering education projects in some of the world's poorest communities.

The fair ends at 1pm on Saturday.

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