Little Free Library Carnfunnock Park
These tiny book repositories are inspiring new readers across Northern Ireland.
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These two little gems can be found venturing through Carnfunnock Country Park, or while strolling down Newington Avenue. These mini-libraries are part of an international book reading community called, Little Free Library. The organization is one of the world’s largest book-sharing movements and aims to build communities, spark creativity, and inspire readers.
The library constructed in the park was designed by local primary school children as part of a project to build better communities. These libraries are just two of several similar installations popping up across Northern Ireland. Others have sprung up in towns such as Armagh, Carrickfergus, Bangor and many more.
Know Before You Go
Carnfunnock Country Park is located on Coast Road, just outside Larne and before the village of Ballygally. The best way to get to Carnfunnock Country Park is by car or by bicycle. There are plenty of parking spaces and bike rails at the park. There are also a ton of other activities around the park.
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