How to order a book from the Stuart Rossiter Trust

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Please follow these steps in order to purchase a book from our shop.

  1. All books can be located in our online shop.
  2. Select your books with the ‘Add to Basket’ function and submit.
  3. You can then continue browsing our website or view your basket by hovering over the ‘basket icon’ in the navigation.
  4. Fill out the form with your details, check order and click on the ‘place order’ button to proceed.
  5. Your order will be processed, post and packing added and an invoice sent to you for payment.

Order direct

You can also order directly from John Jackson FRPSL, who is in charge of book distribution at:

John Jackson, 17 Cambridge Avenue, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire LE13 0AA

Email: john.w.jackson@care4free.net

Telephone: 01664 568956

Payment can be made by cheque drawn in sterling on a British Bank and made payable to:

Stuart Rossiter Trust

If you would like to pay by any other method, please contact John Jackson in the first instance.

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