Stoke & Staffordshire

Red phone box in Wall becomes novel mini-library

Wendy Hanlon looks at books in the red phone box Image copyright Joe Giddens/PA Wire
Image caption The shelves were put up by a parish councillor

Villagers in Staffordshire have converted a red telephone box into a tiny free-to-use library.

The redundant booth in Wall, near Lichfield, was brought from BT for £1 and contains books donated by charity.

Visitors to the village, which is known for its Roman ruins, have begun taking pictures of the novel booth.

Mr Crowe said: "We have a lot of visitors to the Roman site but now we have almost as many taking photographs of the phone box."

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