People are decorating Leeds Little Free Library boxes in tribute to Carry Franklin

These are the wonderful tributes the people of Leeds left as a thank you to Carry Franklin.

Friday, 7th June 2019, 10:00 pm
Updated Friday, 7th June 2019, 11:00 pm
Tributes left for Carry Franklin at Leeds Little Free Libraries across the city. All pictures from Leeds Little Free Library Facebook page.

Carry, who founded the Leeds Little Free Libraries, of which there are more than 40 across the city, passed away on Tuesday. Residents on Friday left tributes to the artist in the form of fairy lights on the library boxes, to symbolise how she lit up the community.

Balloons and ribbons were tied to the East Arsley free library on the Meadow Side estate as a touching tribute
This free library in Colton was adorned with rainbow fairy lights

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Flowers and lights were left inside the Farsley library.
The Wortley library was also adorned in fairy lights
Rodley's little free library twinkled after someone placed lights and a light box inside
Blue lights lit up this box in memory of Carry Franklin
Heart fairy lights were placed in the Harehills library, alongside a copy of Mog the Forgetful Cat following the recent death of children's author Judith Kerr
Some lights placed inside the library at Quarry Mount Primary School in Woodhouse