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By Arena Webteam - 23rd January 2014 2:00am
Andrew Arditti Connecting Cheshire has confirmed that Church Minshull will now be included in the Phase 2 deployment plan.
At an update meeting held in Tarporley Community Centre on Tuesday 21st January, he informed ARENA that the roll-out of the Superfast Fibre Optic cabling to Church Minshull exchange will take place in between March and July 2014.
Larry Bannon — Broadband Champion for Church Minshull, who has been in regular communication with Andrew Arditti, says, "To be lifted up the priority list of deployment, is is a fabulous result for Church Minshull, ".
Larry has also asked Andrew to arrange for the Connecting Cheshire 'Broadband Bus' to visit Church Minshull prior to the roll-out to allow residents to ask questions, raise concerns, or simply understand the project better.
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