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Local Full Fibre Networks 

The LFFN programme, designed primarily with local authorities in mind — aims to stimulate commercial investment in full fibre networks in both rural and urban locations by helping to deliver reliable gigabit-capable connectivity to those areas, with the expectation that this will lead to improved commercial investment conditions for operators to extend full fibre into harder-to-reach locations, particularly those in rural areas.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council was awarded LFFN funding to deliver gigabit-capable, full-fibre broadband to 27 public funded schools. The schools involved are widely distributed across the region, from Barmby on the Marsh, west of Goole, to the east coast village of Flamborough.