London may be a city glued to its phones, but there's now a campaign to encourage us to spare a thought for the classic red telephone box (most of which, let's face it, have seen better days).
Launched by the Red Kiosk Company in Brighton, a new crowdfunding campaign wants to raise £4,000 to help maintain phone boxes around the country, including one on King William Walk in Greenwich.
The initial plan was to convert the box into a retail space – just like the one that popped up in Hampstead – but after local authorities rejected a planning application, the group hopes the Greenwich box can be saved from disrepair instead.
They've already done an impressive job saving 140 phone boxes across the UK since 2014.
Find out more about their campaign here.