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Rural Broadband – Letter to Connecting Devon and Somerset from MPs

The Blackdown Hills Parish Network, to which we belong, has lobbied relentlessly to improve broadband in the Hills. Lobbying by them and others has prompted MPs to write an uncompromising collective letter to government on the subject. It is attached … Continue reading

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Next Generation Broadband Coming for the Blackdowns?

The Blackdown Hills Parish Network has submitted an outline application to the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for £4.6M to improve Next Generation Access (NGA) Broadband provision in and around the Blackdown Hills in Devon & Somerset. East Devon District … Continue reading

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Rural Broadband for 100 years

If this makes any of you draw some dots together, and thus experience a beautiful moment of clarity, get in touch with Adrian at Colliton Barton on 841394. He has an idea.

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Mixed News on SuperFast Broadband for Broadhembury Parish

A full update to follow, but whilst there is good news for Broadhembury as a village, Colliton, Luton [we think] – Kerswell and Dulford may be out of programme. Watch this space.

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Do You Want Superfast Broadband? You might not get it…

If you live in those parts of the parish that appear to be out of programme for the roll-out of SuperFast Broadband service as managed by Connecting Devon and Somerset, you might want to come along to a meeting on … Continue reading

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