closedownarrowlogo-verticalmenu-barsearch Skip to main content
Jump to navigation
Connection news

The Broadband for the Rural North (B4RN) project has won a major industry award.

The Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) has given its 'Internet Hero' award to the community-led broadband initiative.

Members of the B4RN project are aiming to bring super-fast internet services to a number of remote communities in northern Lancashire.

A 1Gb fibre-optic cable is being laid between Quernmore and Abbeystead in order to bring super-fast broadband to 500 local homes and businesses.

Nicholas Lansman, ISPA Secretary General, congratulated all the winners at the ISPA Awards 2012 following "another important and fast-moving 12 months for the internet industry".

"The awards are a good measure of achievement and innovation in the past year," he claimed.

Join the conversation

comments powered by Disqus

Stay up to date

  • Google+ Follow uSwitchTech
  • Subscribe to our RSS feed

Latest Comments

  • Dave 21 hours ago TalkTalk CEO reads 'awful'... Didn't have Internet access for 2 month 1st engineer didn't turn up down to broken down van day of...
  • Patricia.Green.92 2 days ago Scientists use infra-fed to make... I was paid 104000 bucks past year by doing an on-line task furthermore I was able to do it by w­orking in...
  • Amy.Mercado 3 days ago Sky Q customers to get F1 races... I was paid 104000 dollars last 12 months by doing an online job moreover I was able to do it by w­orking...

Search news