Sign up to new broadband service at Peasedown festival and get free installation!Saturday 20th April 2019 Leave your thoughts
One of the local area’s fastest growing broadband providers has announced plans this week to sponsor the Peasedown Party in the Park summer festival.
TrueSpeed, a local broadband and infrastructure company, is building a brand new, full fibre network to communities throughout the South West.
Independently owned and non-reliant on tax-payer’s money, the network delivers futureproof connectivity to some of the hardest to reach areas in Somerset, bringing long awaited and much needed connectivity to the region.
Neil Rogers, TrueSpeed Community Engagement Manager, said:
“We’re passionate about working with communities and are thrilled to be part of this fantastic event that brings people from all walks of life together.
“Uniting communities is a huge part of TrueSpeed, whether that’s by connecting residents to our broadband service or supporting local activities such as the festival, we’re excited to be bringing communities together throughout the South West.
“Peasedown’s Party in the Park is a fantastic local event and we’re thrilled to be supporting the festival.”
As well as sponsoring, TrueSpeed will be holding an information stall at the Peasedown festival on June 8th near to the main stage. Anyone who comes along on the day, and signs up to their broadband service, will receive free installation, and if they sign up a friend will get the first month free too!
Party in the Park Bookings Manager, Karen Walker said:
“We’re looking forward to having the TrueSpeed team with us on the day at Party in the Park.
“They’ve been working a lot over the past year in Peasedown to sign residents up to their services. The more that sign up, the quicker their services can be rolled out to anyone who needs them across the community.
“This is TrueSpeed’s first year of sponsoring Party in the Park, so we’re pleased to have them on board!”
Driven by a community focused ethos, TrueSpeed believes broadband should be seen as a utility and having access to it is a modern day right, not a privilege. Therefore, in order to bring the 21st century necessity to as many people as possible, TrueSpeed provide local schools and community hubs with free broadband for life. Supporting education, clubs and activities that help village life to continue to thrive, is a huge part of what drives TrueSpeed and we proudly support communities in any way possible.
Party in the Park 2019 officially starts at 12noon on Saturday 8th June on Beacon Field – with festivities running until 7pm.
Attractions include: Dragon Rollercoaster Ride; Bouncy Castle; Inflatable Football; Hook a Duck; Jets; Wipeout; Emshira Passion for Cakes; My Sweets and Treats; Gin Bar; Burger Bar and Donuts; The Drinks Deli; Just Love Nibbles (Caribbean Food); Red Post Inn Beer Tent; Ice Cream Van; Orgasmic Jam South West Wildlife Fundraising; Hair Braids and Facepainting; Plants; Disney Pops Delight; Flamingo Paperie; Marlowes Makes Sand Art; Dragonfly Jewellery; Montani Designs Handmade Gifts; Wellbeing Crafts; Crafty Hounds; Peasedown St John Primary School Bric-a-Brac; Keynsham Book Corner; Boogie Bounce; Martin Hawkes’ Tombola; Striker; Test Your Strength and Bedford RL 1957.
The event features the ‘Party in the Park Grant Giveaway’, 7 hours of live music and entertainment – stage managed by Reaper Events, the Sara Holley Community Award, a Dog Show, and Peasedown’s 3rdAnnual Official Push Kart Race.