Richard Foord walking and talking with a farmer in a cow field

Get Rural Devon Online

Right across rural Devon, residents are being let down by poor broadband connectivity.

While urban areas race ahead, villages and hamlets across our area been left lagging behind, with some unable to get even a basic connection.

Villages like Northleigh endured a nine-year battle to get plugged in, while other communities almost totally cut off.

The Conservatives have repeatedly promised to fix this problem, yet after years of waiting East Devon still has some of the worst broadband speeds in the country.

I am calling for the Government to urgently step-up work to fill in these internet black holes and ensure everyone can access decent broadband – regardless of where they live.

We need better rural broadband!

People in Mid- and East Devon demand better

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