And they are not short of suggestions. So far the ideas have included a pop up sweet shop, a library and a fish tank.
It is part of the consultation being carried out by the Summer Street Area Community Association.
Last year Stroud Town Council stepped in and bought the red phone box after BT announced plans to decommission the phone and remove the kiosk.
It followed an appeal by residents who wanted to keep the kiosk as a landmark in Summer Street.
Now it is managed by the Summer Street Area Community Association.
The association held a Spring clean day to launch the consultation of what to do with the kiosk.
Adults and children picked up litter and turned over the mulch in the playground before enjoying well-earned burgers and tea.
“It was a great turn-out and proved to be an opportunity for neighbours to meet each other for the first time and share a common goal to take pride in our community,” said Michelle Miles, secretary of the association.
The association will next organise a works team to spruce up and repair the kiosk, once the decision is made on what it should become.
“We wanted the children to have a say in what we did with the phone box and to make them feel a part of the community,” said Michelle. “So far a pop-up sweet shop and a library are the most popular suggestions but it’s still early days in the consultation.”
The association is one of many organisations to receive a grant from Stroud Town Council. The next deadline for grant applications is May 13.