Friday, December 18, 2009

The Walkerburn Public Trust to Receive Free Wifi

Yesterday we blogged about UK Communities to Receive Free Internet Access, and today The Walkerburn Public Trust has been revealed as one of the chosen communities.

Walkerburn is a small village on the Scottish borders, and will benefit from the free internet access for the next 3 years thanks to Freerunner. Peeblesshire News are reporting that the service will be installed in the village hall, allowing members of the public to bring their laptops along whenever they need internet access.

The Secretary of the Walkerburn Community Council is reported as saying:
"The free WiFi will help a whole host of people - from fledgling businesses and community groups to children working on school projects. It is exactly the shot in the arm that Walkerburn needs in these difficult economic times."

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