Islington's Library of Things store offers people and businesses the opportunity to borrow household items

From left to right: Joe Duggan (Community Lead, Library of Things); Matthew Homer (Islington Council's Waste Strategy Manager); Mel (Bright Sparks Retail and Customer Service); Diye Wariebi (CEO of Bright Sparks Reuse Project); Essy Sparrow (Community Activator at Library of Things); Emma Shaw (Co-Founder of Library of Things); Cllr Gary Heather (Finsbury Park ward councillor); Dionne (Bright Spars Retail and Customer Service)

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Islington's Library of Things store offers people and businesses the opportunity to borrow household items: From left to right: Joe Duggan (Community Lead, Library of Things); Matthew Homer (Islington Council's Waste Strategy Manager); Mel (Bright Sparks Retail and Customer Service); Diye Wariebi (CEO of Bright Sparks Reuse Project); Essy Sparrow (Community Activator at Library of Things); Emma Shaw (Co-Founder of Library of Things); Cllr Gary Heather (Finsbury Park ward councillor); Dionne (Bright Spars Retail and Customer Service)