SFBB in Surrey “When & Where” Meeting

David Cooper spotted this invitation on the Bletchingley village web site on Saturday. Today I also found it on the Brockham site but not on any Surrey County Council pages, and our local council members have apparently not received it yet. However, the Superfast Broadband (SFBB) team have just confirmed that the event covers the whole of Surrey.

Surrey County Council Deputy Leader Peter Martin invites you to attend an event on Superfast Broadband in Surrey.

When: 21 February 2013, 10.00am – 12.30pm

Where: Denbies Vineyard, London Road, Dorking, RH5 6AA

Come along to find out when and where superfast broadband will be available in Surrey, how the infrastructure will be deployed and how you will be able to sign up for superfast broadband.

Representatives from Surrey County Council, the Superfast Surrey Programme Team and BT will be present to discuss the programme and answer questions. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Should you wish to attend, please e-mail superfastbbsurrey@surreycc.gov.uk

This meeting may not be directly relevant to those connected to the Cranleigh exchange who have little interest in other areas, since we are already counted as having access to “superfast”. This is acutely frustrating to those of us still suffering with below 5 Mbps connections following our “fibre” broadband installation, due to our distance from the street cabinet and poor condition of the old cables.

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One Response to SFBB in Surrey “When & Where” Meeting

  1. David Nye says:

    Speakers at the meeting on Thursday will be as follows.
    Peter Martin, Deputy Leader, Surrey County Council: Welcome and Introduction
    Bill Murphy, Managing Director, BT NGA: Deployment – What to Expect
    Lucie Glenday, Programme Director, Surrey County Council: Managing the Programme and Working with Communities
    Clive Richardson, Director of Research and Public Affairs, Go-On UK: Digital Inclusion – Why it’s so Important

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