Broadband improvements in Adderbury

Thursday, April 9th 2015
Adderbury residents are to benefit from improved broadband access.
Broadband improvements in Adderbury
The residents of Adderbury in Oxfordshire are reaping the benefits of new next-generation broadband infrastructure in their area.

Delivered via the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire programme, the Banbury Guardian reports homes, businesses and a range of local amenities like schools are now able to secure far faster internet connections as a result of the work.

Phil Goldsworthy, head teacher at Christopher Rawlins CoE primary school, said: "The safe and high speed access will enable our children to make more effective use of ICT, helping them to develop their skills further in online research, deepening and broadening their learning pathways."

In total, more than 1,200 addresses across the village will benefit from this improved superfast access by the end of the year, with the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire scheme having recently received an additional £5.1 million cash injection to continue its efforts to bolster services for the county.

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