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The Broadband North Yorkshire campaign is led by Julian Smith, Member of Parliament for Skipton and Ripon, and supported by all North Yorkshire MPs.

For general comments about the campaign, e-mail mail@broadbandnorthyorkshire.com

North Yorkshire County Council will be responsible for the delivery and roll-out of broadband services – questions and comments about this should be sent via their website: www.northyorks.gov.uk/broadband

To get a response from your Member of Parliament, write to them at: The House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA or e-mail firstname.surname.mp@parliament.uk (ie. julian.smith.mp@parliament.uk). To find out who your MP is go to http://www.parliament.uk/

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 3, 2011 5:06 pm

    Hi John,

    If you e-mail information@broadbandnorthyorkshire.com they may be able to help – they’re the technical people in the campaign.

    With best wishes,

    Broadband North Yorkshire

  2. clare Kilcoyne permalink
    July 14, 2011 11:35 am

    hi I live in a rural community called Thixendale where some people have broadband but the majority dont or have a very sporadic access to it. I myself had it working for 5 months albeit very slowly but since it went down and following 4 weeks of BT openreach calls it never was able to work again and have been advised this is due to long line issue. The whole of the village would love to get full access but as soon as a few go on it knocks others off the internet. In this day and age where everyone does most of their business on the net, it feels strange than we are so far behind. Anne mackintosh has advised this problem was sent to Ian livingstone who hasnt even responded. Please help a small community to join the new way of the world. Any help or advice would be great.

  3. V J &N P Adams permalink
    October 10, 2011 2:37 pm

    We live in South Stainly, and I am able to get Brioadband at a very slow speed, and this stops for periods of time. I was told by the BT engineer last week that we require a Boost Task carrying out and he would contact the relevent Departments to see to this problem,as they have to maintain the service to me. The rest of the village is without any Broadband and feel that in this day and age it is absolutely disgracefull. The amount of advertising that comes through the door and on T/V, telling us the benefits of high speed Broadband that is available from BT.

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