Welcome to the Radishweb!
This is the website for Radish, an indie green/radical bookshop and fair trading post based in Chapel Allerton, Leeds. Check out our pages, blogs and links or purchase from millions of titles (including music and DVDs!) in our online bookstore. Here you have the option to have your book delivered or to be collected from the shop. We take orders by phone (0113 2694241), or email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Our own online Fair Trading Post is live now too. Browse for some great products fairly traded from across the world!
WE WILL BE LEAVING OUR LOVELY SHOP IN THE NEW YEAR! Meg is retiring in February and so the Radish is moving to its new phase. We'll still be selling books and fair trade but - as seems to be the way of many indies nowadays - only online. All our loyal and local customers can still get the Radish experience and personal service by emailing Meg at email@example.com. We'll still be able to source new and second hand books for you but on a delivery only basis.
The website will be getting a new look as Meg wants to develop it into a resource for green radical minds. She can't wait to get to grips with her two blogs again after a really busy year where she hasn't got any writing done at all!
So... this will be our last Christmas! Do remember us at this time for all your book gifts and services to give us a bumper send off!!
…and in our Fair Trade Shops…
- Caroline Lucas MP: Government must do more to combat gender-specific crime
- Mean Green Radio debuts this week
- “The doors of UK politics have been blown off thanks to Green surge”
- South West MEP to launch Christmas Without Cruelty
- Greens welcome decision on bankers’ bonus ruling
- Green Party polls third on 26% in YouGov potential voting poll for the Times’ Red Box
- Rich Countries Cough Up (Some) for Climate Justice
- Efford’s NHS bill passes first reading - another blow to TTIP
- UK urges GCM Resources to assess human rights impact of Bangladesh coal mine
- The battle for seeds in Colombia
- TTIP media - from blackout to splurge
- TTIP in trouble - but we need to stop all of it, not just bits of it