Connecting Cheshire - Towards 100% Fibre Coverage

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Fibre Launch

Connecting Cheshire's next event will be held from 10am to 12pm on 6th November 2015 at Alderley Park Conference Centre, Alderley Edge The event is entitled "Towards 100% Fibre Coverage"

As our Phase 1 roll-out draws to a close, find out more about the plans for Phase 2, and beyond, as Connecting Cheshire strives to reach 100% fibre broadband coverage for Cheshire, Halton
& Warrington. Topics covered will include the challenges of reaching dispersed rural communities, alternative solutions including satellite broadband, future technology solutions
and the importance of investing in digital skills.

Speakers will include Bill Murphy — Managing Director, Next Generation Access, BT Group,
Chris Townsend OBE, Chief Executive, Broadband Delivery UK, and Julian Cobley — Head of Investment, Cheshire East Council.

You can book your place at

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