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“Reading brings people together and our Little Free Library will be a great way for our international students to make new friends in the community”.

DIAL 9 FOR A BOOK!

International Students House has launched central London's smallest Little Free Library in Great Portland Street, W1, London.

Created by students at International Students House to mark their 50th anniversary, the extremely small library, in the shape of an eye catching, red telephone box, will be a book nest for everyone in London to share and swap their favourite books.

“Reading brings people together and our Little Free Library will be a great way for our international students to make new friends in the community”. Said Peter Anwyl, Executive Director from International Students House.

Nick Cheshire, Director of the Little Free Library Project UK says:“ISH’s red telephone box is our first little free library for zone 1, London. We want to continue to encourage everyone in London to spread the reading bug and share their favourite titles with each other.”

The Little Free Library is located at International Students House, 229 Great Portland Street, London W1W 5PN.

www.ish.org.uk

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Notes to editor

International Students House (ISH)
Founded by Mary Trevelyan in 1965 ISH (International Students House) is a charity dedicated to British and International Students in London.
Based in Great Portland Street, ISH provides affordable student accommodation to over 600 students and offers a vibrant student social centre that is used by its residents and thousands of student members. ISH facilitates friendships among students from a variety of cultural backgrounds with the aim of improving British and International students’ cultural understanding through friendship.

The charity also funds scholarships for academically brilliant students that would otherwise not have the opportunity to study in London, one of the world’s most prestigious academic centres.
Little Free Library
Little Free Library is a charity organisation that promotes literacy, community and sharing by offering book exchanges from small outlets that are in themselves works of art.

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