Henbury Parish Council have issued an update on the latest state of play with the project to bring Superfast Broadband to the village, and it's good news!
Full details are shown in the attached file.
If you haven't yet expressed interest, but you think you might want to join your Henbury neighbours in getting a much improved broadband service, please send the details below to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Customer name
- Contact name
- Post code
- Landline Telephone No
- Account holder email address
- Beneficiary Type: Business/residential
- Company number/ Sole Trader Business Name
NB there is no need to send your details again if you've already done so — you will have received an email from us.
More info including Questions and Answers are shown in the attached file.
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