By Audlem Webteam - 27th June 2012 7:07am
At the last count we were told that 106 Audlem residents (strictly speaking this means households which have an 811 or 812 phone number) have registered their interest in superfast broadband.
This is already quite a good response, but we need it to be even better to avoid the possibility (perhaps even the probability) that Audlem will be bypassed in the provision of fast broadband in Cheshire.
So if you haven't done it already, please use the link in the banner headline (whch has been a permanent feature of the Audlem online home page for several days now) to get onto the Connecting Cheshire website and register your interest.
July 6th is the absolute deadline, apparently, but it woiuld be better to do it sooner rather than later.
Meanwhile the Parish Council working group is putting together the case for superfast broadband for Audlem to be submitted to Connecting Cheshire.
See the website link below the picture to go to the Connecting Cheshire website for more information.
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