Sunday, 22 June 2014

The largest network of Little Free Libraries in the UK

Little Free Library Project UK has built and installed the largest network of Little Free Libraries in the UK and there are many more on the way. Here are just a few of the striking designs that we've created.

"We work with a wonderful range of talented artists to create our eye-catching Little Free Libraries." says Nick Cheshire, Director of Operations. "We want to stop people in their tracks and entice them to take a book." says Cheshire.

The organisation's aims are to promote reading, literacy and art in the UK. The LFLs are aimed at encouraging people of all ages to pick up a book, but the colourful designs are particularly appealing to younger readers.

Little Free Library Project will be installing new little libraries in areas including Acton, Finsbury Park, Woolwich, Leyton, Wanstead and Mitcham this summer with plans to add further locations in the Midlands later this year.

The Little Free Libraries are hosted in residential gardens, cafes and community spaces where everyone in the communities in which they are located can access free books anytime. If you would like to find out more about hosting a Little Free Library or becoming a Little Free Library artist, please get in touch by contacting the the organisation here.

You can also find out more on their website.

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