Connecting Cheshire June Newsletter

Home » Newsroom » Connecting Cheshire June Newsletter
binary, computers, computer

In this month's newsletter:

  • Connecting Cheshire has reached another milestone after rolling out fibre broadband to over 70,000 premises in Cheshire! As a result Connecting Cheshire has been recognised by the Government as one of the best projects in the country with regards to take-up, marketing and demand stimulation
  • GO ON I made A Difference awards
    Connecting Cheshire has been nominated for an award for our work addressing digital exclusion! So far we have trained over 50 Digital Learning Champions to help those offline learn basic digital skills.
    To vote for Connecting Cheshire click here

Download the full newsletter here

Ed: "Don't forget that next Thursday 11th June, GoOnline will be in the Community Centre offering free support to help get online from 10.00 to 12.00 and in the afternoon, the library will have an IT Buddy offering similar free services from 14.00 to 16.00"

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Mr Dee And Wife
Tue 16 Oct 6:00am  |  hits: 460

Well after a long day working at the hairdressers on Saturday a Sri Lankan takeaway from the Manor house (previously known as Jessops) was just what I needed, and it was delicious. Not knowing much about the cuisine and had never previously eaten any I was intrigued to give it a try. It turns out that Sri Lankan cuisine has been formed over the years from many different factors...

Richard Chaplin Conservation Area utf 8 q conservation_area_display_numbered
Sat 13 Oct 6:00am  |  hits: 365

Unlike many or our neighbouring villages, Tarvin has had no maps on display of our historic village centre Conservation Area. Tarvin Civic Trust thought that posting a display somewhere in the village centre might fit the bill. We considered display boards of all shapes and sizes but where would we put them? Then we lit on the idea of posting a display on the back window of the bus shelter...

Mon 15 Oct 6:00am  |  hits: 229

The poppy making workshop at Tarvin Methodist church was such a success that it is being repeated next Saturday October 20th from 10am until noon.If you would like to take part in producing the stock of poppies needed for the display in November then please come along. You will be assured of a morning full of fun, lots of chat and laughter and also with an end product you will...