Service live from Britwell Hill radio masts – can we see your community from here?

We are delighted that the Village Networks service is now live from the radio masts on Britwell Hill.  It should be possible to service almost any community that can be seen from there.  And then relay the signal on, daisy-chain-like to properties that are out of sight.  Can we see your community in the photos taken by the engineer when fitting the kit up the mast? The pics are ordered in sequence, clockwise from the North as they show up in the gallery.  If the gallery doesn’t work for you they are also online here. Let Village Networks know you are interested here.  Most communities need to have a ‘node’ installed to relay the signal locally – we have nodes already in Russells Water and Pishill.  A handful of very isolated properties can be connected direct to the mast (capacity is limited).

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About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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One Response to Service live from Britwell Hill radio masts – can we see your community from here?

  1. We already have an update on the labelling on the pics from Leigh re pic18: Brightwell Baldwin is just off the picture on the left-hand side (I think you can just see the white building of the Old Rectory coming into shot). Chalgrove Airfield and its hangar are clearly visible, but the housing you have labelled as Berrick Prior is actually Chalgrove village. Cuxham is mislabelled, it actually sits in the ‘valley’ between Chalgrove and Watlington.

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