Ideas for empty phone boxes

With public telephone boxes becoming redundant or rarely used, you may want to think about a campaign to adopt one (for £1) and install a public access defibrillator with funding from the British Heart Foundation.

Whilst these are good for raising a candidate’s profile, more importantly they’re lifesavers and a great asset for local communities. Find out more:

Thanks to Mick Clark for this useful advice. Mick is happy to help anyone who would like assistance with the application process (contact us via and we can put you in touch).

Although new users are not allowed to install “electronic communications apparatus”,  over 3,000 have been put to a variety of uses. One of the most common, especially in rural areas, is a lending library or book exchange.

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