HC Deb 18 April 1956 vol 551 c83W
80. Mr. C. Hughes

asked the Postmaster-General how many telephone kiosks have been erected in Anglesey in the last five years; and what is the policy towards erecting these kiosks in the more remote rural areas of the country.

Dr. Hill

Twenty-nine. The importance of kiosks in remote areas is fully recognised. Special financial quotas for their provision in each county are agreed each year with the Rural District Councils' Association, who also decide the priorities among individual localities. We plan to spend £1,000 on the provision of new rural kiosks in Anglesey this year.