West Sussex has several beautiful Saxon churches dotted around its downland villages. I am working on a series of small black and white images which show how these beautiful, well maintained churches, are becoming obsolete as we become more secular in our view. Their use is changing too and they are having to become venues for entertainment or a different village amenity. Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's newly designed red telephone box had one feature that would become fluent in all telephone boxes, a domed roof. These too are obsolete as we now use mobiles. In the countryside telephone boxes are being “adopted” and changing into libraries, info points or local defibrillator houses. Naturally, how and where we communicate with God is also part of my focus inherent in this project.