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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.