The Broadband Bollard at the Town Hall forecourt

People in Whitchurch and its surrounding villages have voted overwhelmingly in the Faster Broadband Campaign – over 50% and climbing, to the next goal of 75%, whilst maintaining a top-5 position nationally.

Barry and Andy make the draw for the camera prize at the White Hart.

Our Member of Parliament, The Rt Hon Sir George Young, Leader of the House of Commons, will be visiting Whitchurch in support of the Faster Broadband Campaign this Saturday, 4 December at 12:30pm on the Town Hall forecourt – in front of the campaign’s Broadband Bollard. Please come down to show your support of the campaign, as local and national media have been invited.

Sam Waterer won a digital camera, donated by BT.

Volunteers are now knocking on doors to spread the word and get the votes registered. If you can spare a little bit of time to knock on 20 doors (singing Christmas carols optional) then contact the campaign team at faster@whitchurch.org.uk so we can help coordinate and track which houses have been visited.

Congratulations! Samantha Waterer of Wheeler Close was the latest winner in the campaign’s prize competition. She won a Kodak EasyShare digital camera that was donated by BT. The draw was made by Barry and Andy at the White Hart on Sunday evening.

The ONLY reason for Whitchurch exchange not to win is if people don’t vote.
The CHOICE is WHOLLY in the hands of the the people.
VOTE NOW, GET YOUR NEIGHBOURS TO VOTE TOO