On the 21st of September a very resourceful group decided to set up thelondonpaperlibrary on the London Underground circle line. As the London Paper free newspaper was forced to close on the 18th, the organisers saw this as an opportunity to inject another free choice for the London commuter to read.
It was a mobile library- set up by the organisers and volunteer librarians. Books were proped up along the windows; each with a library card inside, which read:
Welcome to thelondonpaperlibrary
Now that you have a book in your hands, it's yours to enjoy on your commute from work or wherever.
Read it till the next stop. Take it with you till the last page. Return it so we can all do this again.
To continue enjoying free libraries and a different commute:
The cards also had a list of links to websites for community events and other mobile libraries. It was slightly tongue in cheek concept by the performer Shane Solanki, but It's a great idea and hopefully there will be another event soon!