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Book swapping in London, Meet ups

Come and meet us at the Hackney City farm on 11 March!

Last week we had a great meet up at the Old Monk’s Exchange to discuss book swap plans. It was brilliant to see so many people from the London College of Communication come along and ask questions and exchange ideas (and make lists on flip chart paper). We also got to meet Ian from Bookcycle who is keen to help us out and make book swaps in London a reality and a couple of really keen volunteers who are interested in starting up their own swaps.

It was so good in fact, that we’re going to do it again!

We’re heading out east this time and will be meeting up in the Straw Bale Room at Hackney City Farm on Sunday 11 March at 2pm. It would be great to meet as many people as possible who want to get involved in the project. There’s no formal agenda – it’s just a chance to chat to each other about book swapping, bounce ideas around and for anyone keen to start up their own swap to get some info and support to get started. Bring the kids and check out the animals beforehand!

What: Book Swaps for London meet up
When: 2-4pm, Sunday 11 March
Where: Straw Bale Room, Hackney City Farm, E2 8QA

We’d love to see you all there – email us at londonbookswap@gmail.com, send us a tweet (@londonbookswap) or write on our Facebook wall to let us know that you’ll be there!

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