Saturday, 14 April 2012

Phone Box Library #68 Bodsham, Kent

Via KentOnline we learn of a new phone box library, the 68th.

Bodsham is a tiny village near Wye in Kent, wikipedia has it that there'a population of around 300 people, but that's including the village of Elmsted and by the looks of google maps Bodsham is little more than a kink in a country road with two farms, a pub and primary school.

As well as five shelves of books and magazine, the phone box also has CDs and DVDs and sells jars of green tomato and apple chutney in aid of the Vanessa Grant Trust whichhelps support handicapped children in Kenya.

The nearest public library appears to be Wye Library about five miles away. 

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