This is about our Little Free Library in Freeland, Oxfordshire, UK. This community project was grant aided by West Oxfordshire District Council.
This blog is all about the Little Free Library in Freeland, Oxfordshire. If you’ve never seen one, you might be wondering what a little free library is. Put simply, it is a way for members of a community to share books, for free. Structurally, a little free library usually resembles a small cupboard, situated in a convenient location where people can easily access it. Inside, there will be a variety of used books, which you are welcome to take home and read. The main idea is “take a book, return a book”; people can take a book they want to read, then either keep it, return it, or pass it on to someone else. If you have a book or two that you would like to donate into the library, simply put them inside. Every time you open the door of a little free library you never know what you’ll find!