Harrogate

WITH THE EXCEPTION of Weston-super-Mare and Watford (now trading independently as Life WsM and Storehouse Watford respectively), all remaining branches of Living Oasis ceased trading in August 2011 when parent company Nationwide Christian Trust entered administration: see Nationwide Christian Trust Enters Insolvency (UKCBD News, 4/8/2011) for more information.


Updated 31/12/2011

11 Commercial Street, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 1UB
Phone: 01423 521662

Archived Notes

Reopened as Living Oasis Harrogate 13/02/2010

(Previously trading as the Branchlines Christian Resource Centre, this shop joined the Wesley Owen group in November 2003).

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8 thoughts on “Harrogate

  1. Living Oasis Bookshop Harrogate previously Wesley Owen Harrogate reopens its doors on 13Th February with the help of Adrian Plass.
    Tape cutting at 1pm.
    Refreshments will be served
    All invited
    Praise the Lord!!

  2. Pingback: First Living Oasis Store Scheduled to Open in Harrogate « UKCBD: The Christian Bookshops Blog

  3. Report on the Ripon & Leeds Diocesan website: Author to cut tape as Christian bookshop rescued:

    Manager of the bookshop, Julie Jowett, will become Northern Regional Manager for the Living Oasis chain as part of the rescue, and says she is delighted by the news. “It was a big blow when Wesley Owen went into administration as Harrogate was a profitable shop. We have received many messages of support from churches in the region and the Nationwide Christian Trust is keen to work in partnership with them. They have bought the building, and invested hundreds of thousands of pounds safeguarding most of the jobs here at Harrogate. God has answered our prayers and we are really excited to be reopening this Saturday.”

  4. Pingback: News Roundup: Carlisle, Harrogate and Walsall « UKCBD: The Christian Bookshops Blog

  5. I’m glad I found this blog as my niece is getting confirmed soon and I’ve been looking to buy her a Good News Bible (I had one when i was young). I could get one online but I’m a traditionalist and like to walk into a shop, have a natter and buy things.

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