A community group is bringing state of the art hyperfast broadband to Lawkland, Eldroth, Wharfe, Feizor and Austwick (LEWFA). Public meetings have received great support. Over the next year, the network will start to be connected to households in the LEWFA area. It’s already in over 1000 properties and more than 30 parishes between Lancaster and Lawkland, and is now being installed in neighbouring Clapham.
The Proposed route
Fibre Trunk lines have been plotted from the Clapham project into Lawkland and Austwick parishes. Main trunks will lead off through the community with spurs connecting to individual or groups of properties. The route is subject to change but will broadly follow this plan. Blue lines indicate the main trunk, yellow are spurs. Tap the picture to enlarge
Working with B4RN
The LEWFA Hyperfast planning group is working with Broadband for the Rural North – B4RN. An Industrial and Provident Society (co-op) B4RN is recognised as a truly fast service with completely fibre provision, “future proof” for at least 50 years, with upload and download speeds of 1000mb with unlimited usage – that’s not just superfast, it’s HYPERFAST ! more details about B4RN from here.
Please have a look at our LEWFA FAQs
You can read some of the questions and answers at the Public meeting on January 23rd here: LEWFA MEETING 23JAN16 report
Keep up with LEWFA
You can find the latest news about the LEWFA project from here
LEWFA Hyperfast Broadband gratefully acknowledges financial support for planning costs from Forest of Bowland AONB and Lawkland Parish Meeting
some images courtesy of Clapham Hyperfast, B4YS and B4RN