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From the shop's homepage:
We have two shops Mary Street, Lancaster and Fox Street, Preston, the business was acquired in Lancaster 15 years ago but the shop had been established a number of years prior to this. Both are independent shops, they are run in friendly, family orientated way serving the people of both cities. They sell not only Christian books but also CD's, DVD's, Cards and Gifts for most occasions.

There has been an independent Christian Book shop at Fox Street in Preston for over 40 years serving the people of the town with books. Times have moved on, Preston is now a City and the shop has expanded over these years. The recent change of name to Christian Resource Centre encompasses the full range of products that are sold resourcing the people, Churches and Schools in the City and beyond...

Mission Statement
To serve and equip God's people everywhere.

Other Services
Church & Event Bookstall Service

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4-6 Fox Street
Preston
Lancashire PR1 2AB  • Map
Phone/Fax: 01772 259279

Contact: Nigel and Kath Cope
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Website: www.prestonchristianresourcecentre.co.uk

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Opening Times
Monday to Saturday, 9am - 5pm

Products & Services Available
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checkboxCards, Gifts & Music
checkboxSoftware and DVDs
checkboxCredit & Debit Cards accepted
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Also Available
Audio Books
Stationery

Also trading as Christian Book Centre, Lancaster

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