Wessex Internet reaches the South West final for Countryside Alliance Awards 2024

Nominated for the Rural Enterprise category, local internet service provider is in the running for a Rural Oscar.

Local full fibre broadband provider Wessex Internet has been shortlisted to win a Countryside Alliance Award in the Rural Enterprise category.

The Countryside Alliance Awards, otherwise known as the Rural Oscars, were set up 17 years ago to offer a voice and a platform to rural businesses and are a true celebration of the countryside.

Hector Gibson Fleming, Wessex Internet CEO said:

“We’re proud to have been nominated for the Rural Enterprise category at the Countryside Alliance Awards. This nomination is recognition of our commitment to connecting the rural countryside to ultrafast full fibre broadband, for the last 14 years.”

The winner of this award is to be chosen by public vote. Voting opens from 9am on Monday 19 February and will close on Monday 1 April at midnight. The winners will be announced mid-April and all regional winners will be invited to the House of Lords reception on Tuesday 25 June, where the UK champions will be announced.

To vote for Wessex Internet as the winner, simply visit: https://bit.ly/3SMTixX

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