VILLAGERS are being asked what they want to do with a disused red phone box.

The iconic style kiosk in Hatch Beauchamp was decommissioned by BT a number of years ago and the parish council had bought it for £1.

It had fallen into disrepair and was recently uprooted from its 'home' in Station Road to be repaired by local firm Sterling Services.

It has now been resited in the village recreation ground using a crane on the back of a lorry.

Hatch Beauchamp Parish Council chairman David Graham said: "The village hall committee is looking at the different options of what to do with it now.

"There have been suggestions such as using it for garden produce for sale, books, or somewhere to return books for the mobile library service."

One idea had been to site a defibrillator there, but the electrical work proved too expensive and it will now be installed next month outside the village school.