London’s Smallest Library

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London’s Borough of Lewisham is home to the city’s smallest public library. The Lewisham Micro Library was created by local resident Sebastian Handly, who purchased the old phone box from British Telecom and outfitted it with shelving, lighting, and a diverse collection of books. Three years on, the mini-free library is still going strong, with wide community support. You can find out more about the library and learn more about replicating this brilliant project on Facebook.

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