SINGER James Blunt has given his seal of approval to a miniature "museum" in his honour, which was created inside a Herefordshire phone box.

Blunt shared photos of the "museum experience" on Twitter, which a fan had discovered while on a stroll in Herefordshire.

Featured among the displays in the phone box are facts about Blunt, including that he "used to be in the army but left because he didn't like it".

Sharing the photos, the musician said: "Completely forgot to announce this fantastic cultural experience in Herefordshire. Free entry for both my fans."

According to coordinates of the phone box's whereabouts posted by Twitter user Craigwgs92, it is situated in Urishay in the Golden Valley. This map shows its approximate location.


Other pictures in the museum highlight his skills as a shadow puppeteer and his lack of connection to actress Emily Blunt.

There is also a picture of the cover of James Blunt's single You're Beautiful, with a caption reading: "James Blunt's hit made a lot of people cry."

South Herefordshire MP Jesse Norman also shared the pictures on Twitter, writing: "Another massive win for the Shire!"