Little Free Libraries Arrive In Reigate And Redhill

Photo shows Little Free Library – Priory Park, Reigate.

Reigate and Banstead Borough Council has installed Little Free Libraries into five community green spaces.  

The aim is to help make literature easily available to residents. The colourful miniature libraries are the size of dolls houses and hold about 20 books each.  They have been installed in five locations across the borough, Redhill Memorial Park, Lady Neville Park in Banstead, Earlswood Lakes, and at New Pond Farm Allotment  and Priory Park in Reigate. All five libraries hold a variety of books across all genres and are suitable for all ages. The books currently occupying the little libraries have been donated by borough residents and Redhill-based charity Stripey Stork.  

Little Free Library is a non-profit organisation; there are are more than 75,000 of these libraries in 88 countries. 

Photo shows  Little Free Library – Memorial Park, Redhill