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Superfast broadband roadshow in the Isle

Rural broadband campaign photos, some with Nick Duquemin.

Rural broadband campaign photos, some with Nick Duquemin.

The Northern Lincs Broadband team continues its roadshow this month with dates in Haxey and Belton.

Parts of North Lincolnshire are benefiting now from superfast broadband with speeds of more than 24Mb/s.

The community roadshow is visiting areas that are planned to receive fibre high-speed broadband by June 2015 in Northern Lincolnshire. The NLBB team will provide information about the upgrade and tell people what it means for them.

The Isle roadshow dates are May 20 from 10am to noon in Haxey playing field car park, and from 1pm to 2.30pm on the same day in Ashtree Close car park at Belton.

Residents are advised to watch for other roadshow dates in July and August.

Information and advice from other council services is given at the roadshows, including the Affordable Warmth team, Adult Community Learning and the regeneration team.

Internet virgins who want to take advantage of high-speed broadband can join free internet training sessions provided by the council and North Lincolnshire Homes.

These sessions will help people to get online and benefit from the many services and advantages it provides.

See the council’s website for details at: www.northlincs.gov.uk/do-it-online.

Coun Neil Poole, cabinet member for Policy and Resources, said: “Go along to one of the roadshow events and find out what superfast broadband means for you, whether you are a business or resident, our highly qualified team will be able to offer you some great advice. There are unlimited advantages for businesses and homes to using broadband.

“It is essential that North Lincolnshire moves into the digital age; ensuring we are well-known as a place to invest and do business. We want to provide as many opportunities as we can for businesses and support the creation of jobs in our area - the broadband project will greatly help with this.”

For more information about the roadshow, call 01724 296926 or email nlbb@northlincs.gov.uk <mailto:nlbb@northlincs.gov.uk> .

 

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