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Banstead Village

The IBIS Bookshop. OPEN . . . but not for long
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The IBIS Bookshop. OPEN . . . but not for long

The IBIS Bookshop shown here prior to refurbishment.

It seems that the Ibis Bookshop will close at the end of March 2014.

Please record your memories of visiting this long standing Village bookshop.
Picture added on 11 March 2014 at 18:10
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Comments:
I was a pupil at Aberdour School from 1933 to 1937. The Ibis Book shop was a joy. It had all the Just William Books and a very sympathetic owner. On a visit to England in 2010 I visited it. Nothing had changed. Now, at least the name is for all to see.
Added by John Vinson on 21 April 2014
I was a frequent visitor to the Ibis as a child during the 60s and 70s. I distinctly remember its' cosy and welcome feel. It will be missed. There are so few shops that I recognise now from my childhood in Banstead. Now there is one less. Very sad.
Added by Philippa mahoney nee Baker on 21 April 2014
My grandmother, Alma Hannaghan worked there in the fifties . I used the shop in the 60s .I remember that it sold records as well as books . Great little shop
Added by Geoff Moore on 19 November 2015
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