Village Hall Meetings Video – February 2020 Progress Update

Missed our village hall meetings in the past few weeks? Well the storms didn't help, did they? Well, know you can catch up with all the latest info on our new YouTube page! https://youtu.be/C45f3_uQl54 All the info on where we're up to so far and how with your help we can be building in just weeks and online in the Spring! We need a little of your help signing up for online government vouchers is all we ask! (We'll even give you…

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Upcoming Villiage Hall Update Meetings!!!

You all should have received an envelope with our briefing pack on your doorsteps this week detailing all the recent information about B4TNR and soon we have meetings coming up to explain all! We will be holding FOUR public meetings in February where David Ryall from B4RN will be here to talk to us. Topics covered will include Project Progress, Voucher Scheme, Opportunity to Invest, Ray Windfarm Fund CIC and Vattenfall support, Roll Out and Questions. Tues Feb 11th - Woodburn Village…

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Government Voucher Scheme Sign-Up open for our area!

£150 - 300 for getting connected - Read below for more details...Sign Up at - https://b4rn.org.uk/postcode-checker/ We're entering the New Year and a new stage of progress for B4TNR already. Our detailed Gigabit fibre broadband plan has just been approved for funding by the Government Department of Media, Culture and Sport (DCMS) for the parishes of Bavington, Birtley, Chollerton (inc Barrasford), Corsenside, Kirkwhelpington and Wallington! This is HUGE news and has taken a HUGE amount of effort to get to this stage.…

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Mole Ploughing Community Fibre Video

We met up with Peter Dodd who has been working hard on B4AV - Community Broadband for the Allen Valleys project for a while now. And saw some of our first mole ploughing - then we made a video with all of the relevant info in it people have been asking us about locally! This is for all Farmers, Land Owners and people who think building a gigabit full fibre network is complicated! Mind its easier with an veteran laying it, and…

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