17 July 2023
The next-generation broadband company BeFibre – who launched the selling of its full fibre broadband to residents in Ross-On-Wye earlier this year – is now reinforcing its commitment to the community by providing a years’ free broadband to St Mary’s church in Ross-On-Wye.
The church — which serves the local parish — is used by the community for groups, clubs and schools seven days a week.
And, vocal about its commitment to the community since the team first arrived in the area, internet service provider BeFibre has pledged to support the church and church hall with a free broadband connection for the next 12 months.
Mark Sanderson, Churchwarden and Director of Digital Ministry of St Mary’s church, said: “The local parish is delighted with the recent broadband connection supplied by BeFibre. The church is used by various local groups and after school clubs every day of the week and the addition of the broadband connection will provide a great service to the community.”
This is the latest in a series of community initiatives planned for Ross-On-Wye, enabling BeFibre to build an ever-increasing presence in the area, while also answering residents’ questions large or small.
“Supporting community projects has always been at the heart of what we do,” commented Louise Elliott, chief customer and operations officer for BeFibre. “We are passionate about having a positive impact in the areas we’re working in, and St Mary’s church is a great example of us being able to help the local community with our services. We’re thrilled to be able to support them, and ensure they continue to thrive.”