Could a phone box save your life?
A third of public telephone boxes in the UK could be removed, but some are being used in other ways:
Three years after a heart attack, Ken Hutchison raised money to renovate an unused phone box into an installation for a defibrillator. Now, 50 people have been trained to use it in his village of Torthorwald, near Dumfries.
Feeling peckish? Andy Sutton - who is writing a book about phone boxes - came across this mini salad kiosk in Holborn, London.
Mary Boardman is an avid reader, so was very pleased to see this phone box in the New Forest being used as a book exchange.
Swapping red for green. This phone box seems to be used as a mini greenhouse, as spotted by Sue Clarke last summer in Islington, London.
They may cost a pound to buy, but here's where Paul Lovett can spend a penny now. He converted this phone box into a toilet in his garden, next to his home office.
Jake Hollier said he had been desperate to have his own quirky coffee shop in Birmingham. When he saw the opportunity to use an old phone box, he "grabbed it with both hands". The start-up costs were small, and it was relatively easy enough to convert.
A novel way to revitalise an old phone box in Felsted, Essex. Photo: Alex Emery