1st March 2017
Questions about connections, obtaining materials or anything?
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You can now see the slides from the presentation of Friday 27th January 2017 at Brookhouse Methodist Church. Apologies for the gremlins that prevented us using the presentation. We did test it before we started – honest!
Many thanks to everybody that attended. I hope we managed to impart some useful information and demonstrate that something is now happening. We are very close to connecting the first properties. Thanks also to Brookhouse Methodist Church for hosting the evening. Final thanks to an anonymous donor who has agreed to pay the £150 connection fee for Brookhouse Methodist Church and Caton St Paul’s Primary School. Once connected, the church and school will get a free service – all part of the “community first” model that B4RN is all about.
Yes, this is a community effort and it will only work if we’re all involved. Thank you to the people who volunteered to become Block Champions. We still need more so do think about taking on the role for your area. Check the Brookhouse North and Brookhouse South project pages to learn more.
Also, don’t forget about investing in B4RN so we can complete the project. Let your friends, family and neighbours know about the share scheme and its benefits for tax payers – and that you get a FREE connection (saving £150) if you invest £1500 or more.
We will be putting the questions and answers from the meeting on this website soon.
If you haven’t yet registered your interest or can’t remember if you have, then do it online right here.