The latest issue of our Conservation Newsletter No. 3, Autumn 2020 is out now.
We’re now pleased to be welcoming our students back for one-to-one teaching and workshops. To help make it as safe and pleasant as possible, we’ve developed some Covid-19 guidance for students. We welcome your feedback and will keep reviewing the situation.
The move: If moving house is supposed to be as traumatic as going through a divorce, then moving your home and a book conservation studio at the same time is certainly a challenge. In July, Emily and I decided to relocate to the Malvern Hills: after eight enjoyable years in Oxford our plan to move west
Green’s Books is one. On 20th July we celebrated our first year in business with a small gathering of friends, family, colleagues, and customers. A lovely evening was had by all and we thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to say a big thank you to everyone for their support so far. Arthur wins Institute of Conservation
Welcome to Green’s Books! Our new conservation studio opened on 23rd May 2016. We are currently arranging a programme of workshops and events so keep an eye on our calendar and Facebook page for updates. Open studio sessions are now up and running all day Friday (9:30 – 4:30) and Wednesday evenings (6:00 – 9:00). Please contact Arthur for