SE Cambridgeshire MP Lucy Frazer meets with Connecting Cambridgeshire director to discuss faster broadband connection

SE Cambridgeshire MP Lucy Frazer (right) with Connecting Cambridgeshire programme director, Noelle Godfrey, in Westminster.

SE Cambridgeshire MP Lucy Frazer (right) with Connecting Cambridgeshire programme director, Noelle Godfrey, in Westminster.


SE Cambridgeshire MP Lucy Frazer met with the programme director of Connecting Cambridgeshire in her latest bid for quicker connection for broadband across the district.

Ms Frazer discussed the issue with Noelle Godfrey, who heads the programme that is rolling out super-fast broadband to homes across the county, in Westminster last week.

She said: “While most village and areas now have access to superfast broadband, some parts of some village still need solutions.

“This includes a small part of Ely and villages including Upend and Six Mile Bottom amongst others.”

Also discussed was the possibility of bringing full-fibre and 5G technology to the area which would “place South East Cambridgeshire at the cutting-edge of digital infrastructure advancement,” according to the MP.


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