We wanted to let all local residents know that a local broadband company (WiFi Scotland) has been appointed under the R100 scheme to provide a range of superfast fibre broadband to those living in rural areas.
If you are interested you can apply to them to receive a voucher which is used for funding a fibre broadband service to your premises in the Roseisle area..
I have provided the link to the voucher application form
I have also included a link to WiFi Scotland broadband service and cost
Having spoken to the company they say that a service could take up to 6 months to complete.
Saturday September 4th 10:00 -12:00
Following the successful get together last Saturday we are planning another one. Speyide Coffee, drinks and cakes with Roast2Coast. You can sit outside at our picnic tables or under our shelter, or site inside the hall – your choice.
Friday November 5th 6pm
Bonfire with drinks and snacks. NB No fireworks
with Roast2Coast and Speyside coffee. Other hot and cold drinks too and Crofters Neuk cakes. Hope to see you there. Hopefully in the hall grounds but the hall will be open for physical distancing if the weather is not great.
We are trying out a takeaway at the hall to give folks a chance to meet up after all this time – and try out our new picnic tables. If its raining we will be physically distanced in the hall. Roast2Coast Coffee has kindly agreed to help us out with (freshly roasted Speyside) coffee, homemade cakes from the Crofters Neuk and other drinks.
We would like to do something at the hall the first Saturday of each month if there is enough interest. Come and let us know what you think.