Anthology makes plea for books to populate free Little Library
Are you done with your Discworlds? Jaded by your Jack Reachers? Had it with your Harry Potters?
London based property developer, Anthology is calling on Hoxton residents to donate their unwanted books to a local community venture.
The Little Free Library, which provides a source of reading material to local people at Anthology’s Hoxton Press development, is looking for a new lease of life to fill up its shelves, and organisers are making a plea for donations of books of all genres.
David Newey, Project Director from Anthology commented: “The Little Free Library has been so well used over recent months that our shelves are starting to look bare, and we want to ensure that the library is brimming with new tales ahead of the winter months when there’s nothing better than enjoying a good book in the warmth of your home.
“Whether you’re a fan of Game of Thrones or Jane Eyre or have a pile of children’s books your child has outgrown, we’d love to take them off your hands so that they can be enjoyed by the local community.”
The Little Free Library is being hosted at the Hoxton Press Sales and Marketing suite on Penn Street (N1 5DS) which is located at the heart of Hoxton’s thriving neighbourhood and overlooks Shoreditch Park. The development comprises two elegant towers named Mono and Duo, as a homage to the sites printing and craft history consisting a range of one, two and three bedroom apartments.
For more details on the homes at Hoxton Press, visit the Anthology website: anthology.london/ or call 020 3308 9813. Anthology can also be followed on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @AnthologyLondon.