Category Archives: Broadband in Claxton
We have just had confirmation from the Better Broadband for Norfolk (BBfN) programme that the location for the first of 3 fibre cabinets for Claxton has been agreed. It will go into the grass verge a short way down Folly … Continue reading
The Better Broadband for Norfolk programme has issued a new briefing note which is set out below. Readers should bear in mind the information provided earlier this year, which is that the installation of roadside fibre-optic cabinets will begin in October … Continue reading
At its public meeting in Tivetshall St Mary on 4 July B4RNorfolk announced that they would become a regional division of B4RN, the body which delivered the first hyperfast rural broadband service in Lancashire. The full story can be read … Continue reading
The Better Broadband for Norfolk has issued a new briefing note which is set out below.
Please find attached the latest briefing about Broadband and mobile phone services for your information. Overview of existing and planned connectivity in Norfolk Superfast broadband by 2020 There are two infrastructure providers that have deployed fibre infrastructure capable of delivering … Continue reading
The Better Broadband for Norfolk (BBfN) Programme has issued its latest update which can be read below. Click http://www.betterbroadbandnorfolk.co.uk for additional information.
Public Meeting on Rural Broadband, Tuesday 7 March at the Margaret Mack Room in Rockland St Mary from 7.30pm
FOR THOSE WHO COULD NOT MAKE THE MEETING ON 1 MARCH IN CLAXTON THERE WILL BE ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY ON TUESDAY 7 MARCH AT THE MARGARET MACK ROOM IN ROCKLAND ST MARY The group B4RNorfolk (Broadband for Rural Norfolk) will be … Continue reading
As you know, your Clerk is in regular contact with the Better Broadband for Norfolk programme, to ensure that Claxton is not forgotten when it comes to the next phase of the rollout of superfast broadband across the county. Below … Continue reading
South Norfolk Council have sent us the attached update on potentially achieving 100% coverage of superfast broadband, despite the challenge that appears to be. According to the BT Openreach site the area covered by/from the Thurton exchange, which includes Claxton, … Continue reading