Lindley Phone Box Petition

207 of 250 signatures

Lindley Phone Box

The last remaining (K6) red Telephone Box in Lindley has been earmarked for removal.  Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott to commemorate the coronation of King George V in 1935, the K6 telephone box is an icon of British design and deserves to be preserved for current and future generations.

The Lindley Liberal Democrat Councillors, Cllr Richard Eastwood, Cllr Cahal Burke and Cllr Anthony Smith are campaigning with Lindley Community Group to save this historic Telephone Box and preserve it to maintain the heritage of the village.

If the campaign is successful, Lindley Community Group hope to adopt the kiosk and raise funds for restoration and repurposing as a home for a Public Access Defibrillator.   As a well recognised, safe, weather-protected location, the K6 makes a perfect home for storing a defibrillator turning a much loved community landmark into a potentially life saving resource.

Please show your support for this project by adding your name to this petition.

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