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Background

Cybermoor started in 2001 in response to the Government’s “Wired up Communities” initiative which aimed to connect disadvantaged communities to the internet. This was at a time when first-generation broadband was not available to remote communities and Alston Moor was selected owing to its remoteness and the distance that people had to travel to access basic services. The original funding provided computers for households, a wireless broadband network for homes and businesses and a community website.

Cybermoor Networks Ltd AGM

The 2017 Cybermoor Networks AGM will be held on Thursday, 7th September at 7.30pm at Alston Town Hall.  This AGM is for members of Cybermoor Networks who have invested in the fibre share offers.  The meeting will also highlight the other projects which Cybermoor are currently working on such ActiveAdvice (www.activeadvice.eu) and the Cumbria Social Enterprise Partnership (www.secumbria.org

Getting the most from your superfast broadband

Around 20 people attended the Superfast Broadband roadshow at Samuel King's School organised by Cybermoor with Connecting Cumbria. Phil Ruston from Connecting Cumbria explained numerous ways that broadband services could be used to save time and money (full details in the presentation).