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PEN & PAPER - Swindon's only independent Gift Stationer and Book Shop

PUBLISHED: 09:17 04 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:14 20 February 2013

PEN & PAPER - Swindon's only independent Gift Stationer and Book Shop

PEN & PAPER - Swindon's only independent Gift Stationer and Book Shop

Pen & Paper are celebrating a year in business and have recently relocated to 113 Victoria Road, Old Town. <br/><br/>Pen & Paper have expanded their premium gift stationery range at the larger premises

Pen & Paper are celebrating a year in business and have recently relocated to 113 Victoria Road, Old Town.


Pen & Paper have expanded their premium gift stationery range at the larger premises and now also sell a varied and interesting selection of new books. You are welcome to come and browse in what is Swindons only independent gift stationers and book shop. Most of the books in the shop are competitively price matched with a well known online book seller and a book ordering service is also available.


The shop has a vast range of lovely journals and notebooks. You can choose from a Life Time journal to a pocket sized note book so if you need a book journal, recipe file, address book, travel journal or something smart for the school or office then Pen & Paper is the place to come. Full year 2012 diaries are now in stock.


For those who love to write and sketch, a selection of notecards, writing paper, sketchbooks and pencils are sure to appeal. Pen & Paper also sell fine writing instruments from Parker, Sheaffer, Waterman and Rotring, with associated inks and refills. Parker and Waterman pens all come boxed and gift wrapped if required for that special occasion.


Special gifts deserve special finishing touches, so Pen & Paper sell a range of premium gift wrap from Cavallini Papers along with other striking and unusual designs. The greeting card spinners at the front of the shop carry a discerning range of images from the museums and galleries of the world. There are also cards for children (and the young at heart!) from well known childrens illustrations such as Bagpuss, Roobarb and Custard, Rupert and Trumpton.


Children will love the range of picture books, fiction, activity books and stationery from the Gruffalo, Hello Kitty and Charlie & Lola to name but a few. They'll also find it fun and educational to learn all about our town in the Swindon history, activity and colouring books in the children's book corner.


Customers are greeted with a smile and the service is attentive and helpful making it a real pleasure to visit this gem of a shop in Old Town. If you dont find what youre looking for please ask as there is also a stationery ordering service.


Opening times are 9:00 until 5:30pm Monday to Saturday.


(The shop windows are tinted to save the books from sun light making the shop look dark but it is light on the inside and open 6 days a week.)


Tel 01793 421641


Pen & Paper, 113 Victoria Road, Old Town, Swindon, SN1 3BH

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