Eastoft Broadband Extension Update as of 29/7/2018
We now have the final figure from Openreach
Unfortunately, due to making sure that everyone on the western side of the village can be served, the price has gone up (back to where we were in the first place when only 121 premises were to be served; now the number is 149 premises). Due to this we are a few thousand short of the final figure that would enable us to sign the contract. We are very grateful for all of you who have signed up for the voucher scheme but really need for some more to come forward.
I am aware that the cost of moving to fibre would seem excessive to some and this has put some of and understandingly there are some who really would not benefit due to low usage.
However, I would like to encourage those whose reticence is due to perceived cost to look at your total bill for your broadband service (some of you may even still be paying for an extra line unnecessarily) and then compare that to the expected cost of the first year for fibre service through the voucher system.
For instance (in round figures) the cost to me at present for the very slow unreliable system per month is £43 (including vat and line rental) and to get the full fibre service from BT at present prices (I have been quoted direct from BT online chat) would be £54.95 including vat and line rental. So;
Please could you give this some consideration and don’t hesitate to contact us on 07710502125 or email@example.com if you want to discuss the above.
And please remember this is for the minimum contract only even which if 18 months is still just over £200 for the year and then you may well choose to downgrade your speed to a cheaper plane. Please also note that I cannot guarantee these prices as they are obtained at this date.
Eastoft Residents hoping for faster Broadband should consider staying with their current telephone and broadband supplier and don’t commit to a new 12 months or longer contract.
More to follow shortly ……..
The A161 between Crowle and Eastoft will be closed overnight
Monday 19th – Friday 23rd March from 19.00 – 05.30
Highways Project and Maintenance Officer
Highways and Neighbourhood Services
North Lincolnshire Council
8-9 Billet Lane
Normanby Enterprise Park
Scunthorpe DN15 9YH
The two grit bins in Eastoft village can be used by residents if the snowy weather returns.
No one used them in the recent cold spell but the parish council have plenty of grit to restock.
Situated on the village green and pond site.
Clerk to Eastoft Parish Council
Church Services – February 2018
The Marshland Benefice is a team of churches working together.
You are welcome to come to services in any of our churches.
Church and Chapel Contacts
Priest in charge: Revd Justine Smith 01405 704626 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Justine for baptism, wedding and funeral enquiries.
Adlingfleet: Dave Hanney 07932 868047
Eastoft: Trevor Barker 01724 710616; Ian Bishop 01724 798756
Swinefleet: Revd Justine Smith 01405 704626 email@example.com
Whitgift: Jill Rudd 01405 704325; Miriam Drayton 01405 704240
Methodist Church: Revd Peter Barnett 01405 896701 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Marshland Benefice
All Saints ADLINGFLEET; St Bartholomew EASTOFT
St Margaret SWINEFLEET; St Mary Magdalene WHITGIFT
Part of the King’s Causeway Mission Partnership
in the Snaith and Hatfield Deanery
Diocese of Sheffield
Tel : 07419 836086
email : email@example.com
Its great recognition and thanks to all who helped clear, tidy and plant for the good of the village. Its a great starting point for what can be achieved in the future by all working together. Its in the name of our gardening club but was a true joint effort by the club, the school children, members of our PC and residents in general. I look forward to the development’s in coming years. This type of project takes time, it’s not an overnight event. Roll on 2018