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Superfast Broadband and networking at CasCA.

There was a good turnout on Thursday 5th June at 5.30pm when CasCA opened its doors to businesses who were interested in finding out more about Superfast Broadband and networking with other businesses.  Chris Taylor from Shropshire Council gave an update on when, what, how and why businesses can expect to get access to Superfast Fibre broadband. Chris  also outline the funded scheme to help business users to understand how to make best use of fast broadband to enhance their marketing and operations. Participants were able to express their interest in being involved as well as offering their views on what business facilities and services they would like to see come to the centre.

The Furniture Scheme, since taking over the management of Craven Arms Community Centre, has been exploring new avenues and opportunities to benefit and support the community.  This now includes extending the use of the Centre to provide facilities, services and networking opportunities to the many businesses which are both in Craven Arms and spread widely across the surrounding area.

Jean Jarvis, CEO of The Furniture Scheme, said “We are very pleased to be hosting this event.  It will be an exciting new development for CasCa and we hope that the Centre and the network will become a great resource for local businesses”.


June 6, 2014

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