By Audlem Webteam - 2nd July 2012 7:06am
Interested in better faster broadband?
If so, if you haven't done it already, please use the link in the banner headline on the Audlem online home page to get onto the Connecting Cheshire website and register your interest.
Audlem residents have been responding superbly. We hear that a fifth of all responses from across all of Cheshire have been from Audlem in the past week!
The bigger and better the local response, the stronger the argument for Audlem to be in with a chance of gaining Superfast Broadband. Nothing, of course, is guaranteed in life but being the most responsive place in the county will help.
July 6th is the absolute deadline to register your interest, apparently, but it would be better to do it sooner rather than later. It's a very simple process and only takes a few minutes to complete.
Meanwhile the Parish Council working group is putting together the case for superfast broadband for Audlem to be submitted to Connecting Cheshire.
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