This is about our Little Free Library in Freeland, Oxfordshire, UK. This community project was grant aided by West Oxfordshire District Council.
When we opened our Little Free Library, members of the community generously donated lots of books to help get us started, so we have a large collection of books for adults. People continue to donate books into the library, in the spirit of “take a book, leave a book”, so if anything, our collection is growing. This is great for several reasons; it means there is a steady flow of new books, the collection is becoming more diverse, we’re never short of different books to rotate out into the library, and so far, we haven’t needed to buy any additional adult books. If anything, I have to perform a kind of stock control with the adult books, often taking a few out of the library because it is too full! This is the best kind of ‘problem’ to have.