The 223rd in a series of caches where a red telephone box
is in close proximity to a post box
Marnhull, called Marlot in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles, lies in the Blackmore Vale, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and displays the best of England’s rural environmental qualities. By area it is the largest village in Dorset and consists of several conjoined hamlets, connected by a network of minor roads.
This Fine Pair of a K6 style telephone box and a small postbox is sited at Stoney Lawn on the outskirts of the village.