Church House Bookshop put up for sale

<p>The Church of England's Church House Bookshop in London has been put up for sale by the Archbishops' Council with a price tag of about &#163;300,000. The Council will retain its publishing division, which produces 60 religious titles a year.</p><p>The business comprises a shop in Westminster's Great Smith Street, a mail order department, and website</p><p>Church House Bookshop's core market is the Anglican clergy. The business has a turnover of &#163;840,000 and stocks 10,000 titles in store.</p><p>Retail co-ordinator Mark Clifford said: "Our sales were up 5% last ...

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