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More news from Henbury

Car in flood
Henbury Webteam: Mon 11 Nov

Please drive slowly!We've had a plea for help from a Henbury Resident who lives at Mount Farm on Andertons Lane, to please limit your speed whilst passing through the flood by the Mount Farm entrance, as this will help prevent soil being washed off the field bank and into the gulley.Due to a blocked gulley the flood waters are washing into the driveway, and down across the yard towards...

Broadband Thermometer 1
Henbury Webteam: Wed 06 Nov

We are on the way!Following our update on 2nd November, we now have further information regarding the issue of voucher emails from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). These are issued in limited batches rather than all at once, so not everybody who expressed interest has received the email yet. DCMS are waiting to see how many people take up the voucher offer before...

news, article, story, newspaper
Henbury Webteam: Fri 01 Nov 9:50am

Good News!We have been notified by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport that the application for Henbury to be included in the Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) schema has been accepted. Many residents have already received an email asking them to complete a document accepting the terms of the scheme.The email is from gigabit.vouchers@notifications.service.gov.uk and is genuine, and...