Monday, December 20, 2010
Britain's Smallest Library
Cunning villagers have found a novel way to cope with the shortage of libraries in their area by turning an old red phone box into a book exchange.
The former BT phone kiosk has been transformed from a telephone exchange to Britain's smallest library by cunning residents and now stocks around 100 titles.
Villagers rallied together to set up the book box after their mobile library service was cancelled.
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