A school in North Yorkshire is to become a broadband hub for its local, rural community, it has been reported.
According to the BBC, Gillamoor School in Farndale will be equipped with a high-speed broadband network link, enabling households and businesses in the area to receive up to 6Mb download speeds.
NYnet will carry out the necessary infrastructure work, as part of the Moorsweb project, it has been revealed.
Chief Executive David Cullen commented: "We are delighted NYnet is able to make such a difference to people's lives.
"North Yorkshire is England's largest county and has some of the most remote villages in the country."
Last week, NYnet announced plans to deliver high-speed broadband services to a number of other North Yorkshire communities, including Blakey, Bransdale, Rudland, Beadlam Rigg and East Moors.