Phone box plight rings home

Montgomery, Tom
April 2005
Farmers Weekly;4/29/2005, Vol. 142 Issue 17, following p108
Trade Publication
Deals with the response of the residents of Ilton-cum-Pott at Yorkshire Dales, England to the possible removal of a telephone box in the town in May 2005. Comments on the importance of the phone booth to the residents of the area; Comments on the available telephone signal in the town; Remarks from Ilton-cum-Pott's parish councilor Bob Brown on the issue.


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