Langdon Etraders as an AbeBooks Marketplace trader was established by the charity Langdon (U.K. charity number 1142742) in association with another London-based charity, All Aboard Charity Shops (U.K. charity number 1125462). The objective of the Bookselling project is to provide work experience for adults with mild to moderate learning difficulties, who are registered disabled and unemployed. The Langdon charity, with bases in Manchester, Edgware, and Harrow, aims to support the Langdon Community members to live as independent lives as possible, offering education and continuing support as needed. It is the objective of the Langdon Etraders AbeBooks Marketplace project that the participants will enhance their skills and gain confidence to be able to seek employment in the commercial world. Langdon Etraders aims to provide an efficient, reliable service to AbeBooks Marketplace customers. We welcome inquiries which may be sent via AbeBooks. Positive feedback is important to us but if there are any problems with your order please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will try to ensure that you are satisfied with our service.
Langdon Etraders was established by The U.K. registered charity The Langdon Foundation, No.:1142742,a charity providing supported independent living for adults. Langdon Etraders aims to provide a fully professional service to all customers.
Payments are made via Abebooks website. We then process the order once invoice is recieved.
a. Where the delivery address is inside the United Kingdom deliveries normally take 2-3 days of receiving Your Order.
b. Where the delivery address is outside...[suite...]
Langdon eTraders uses UK postal service Royal Mail for all U.K. orders under 2 kilgrammes in weight. Heavier items are sent using worldwide or local courier services. Tracking is not used for Royal Mail items, but is provided for all courier delivered items. Overseas orders are sent by Royal Mail Air Mail for smaller items,and heavier items are sent by International courier services.
Books are packed using card for paperbacks and bubble wrap for hardbacks. Card may also be used for the heaviest hardbacked books. Plastic envelopes are used for most items. Large sets such as Encyclopaedias are sent in strong cardboard boxes using courier services.