DigiScotFest – North will bring together practitioners, academics and policy enthusiasts from across the North of Scotland to focus on how we can most effectively encourage people to use the internet. It is the opportunity to understand and participate in the current work and thinking of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Highlands & Islands Enterprise and SCVO alongside networking and sharing key information on what’s working locally.
There will be a short presentation to introduce the essential information with a Q&A session afterward and an opportunity for 1-2-1 meetings if required.
You can just turn up on the day or if you want to let us know in advance so we can research your area why not drop a line to email@example.com
North East Fife Community groups and organisations interested in broadband are invited to an informal information event to be held on Wednesday 16th July between 2pm and 5pm. The location is Meeting Room 4 on the Ground Floor of County Buildings in Cupar.
The event may also be useful to support workers working with community groups where broadband is an issue.
Community Broadband Scotland Development Officer, Shaun Marley and Fife Next Generation Broadband Manager, Steve Revell will be available between 2pm and 5pm for a drop in session for communities that wish to know more about the scope of the Digital Scotland programme and opportunities for local communities to bid for funds which might offer faster broadband sooner or in places where Digital Scotland is unlikely to venture.
There will be a short presentation at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm to introduce the essential information and an opportunity for 1-2-1 meetings in between times. You can just turn up on the day or if you want to let us know in advance so we can research your area why not drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kettleholm - 3 July 2014Find out about more reliable telephone or broadband, or air your views about how BT treat your complaints, in a community meeting with representatives of BT, Broadband Roll Out, David Mundell MP and Joan McAlpine MSP.
Come to Kettleholm Village Hall, Thursday 3 July at 6pm