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Quickline to hold Easter trail in Heckington as full fibre rollout continues

Residents in part of Lincolnshire are invited to share in some Easter-themed family fun with an egg trail organised by Quickline Communications.

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The trail will run in the village of Heckington from Good Friday (April 7) to Easter Monday (April 10) to help celebrate us bringing our game-changing full fibre network to Heckington, Helpringham, Great Hale and Little Hale, transforming internet speeds in these North Kesteven communities.

Every participant will receive a chocolate egg for taking part in the trail and everyone will be entered into a prize draw to win a giant chocolate egg as well as six months free broadband.

Residents can follow the trail any time from Friday to Monday and hand their completed forms in at the Nags Head Inn in High Street, Heckington, to receive their free Cadbury’s Crème Egg.

The Easter trail maps have been hand delivered to addresses in all four areas ahead of the bank holiday weekend.

Our Event Manager Michelle Ripley said: “We’re really excited to celebrate our continued full fibre rollout with lots of Easter fun in Heckington this weekend.

“It’s a great way to bring families together while sharing the great news that broadband speeds and reliability will be hugely improved in the area.

“We’d love those taking part in the Easter trail to let us know how they’re getting on and take a selfie, posting it on Instagram using the hashtag #ChickMeOutQL and tagging us in at @quicklineuk.”

Steve McHugh, Landlord at the Nags Head Inn in Heckington, said: “Quickline’s offer is very good and having them here improving broadband speeds will make a positive difference to the community.

“The Easter trail is a nice idea and hopefully lots of people will get involved. Residents here like walking and this is a nice activity for Easter. The kids will love it.”

Members of our team will be outside the Nags Head Inn from 12 noon to 5pm on Thursday, April 6 creating balloon models for youngsters and ready to speak to residents.

Completed entry forms from the trail can be delivered to the pub any time up to April 14. Every form will be entered into the prize draw and the winner will be presented with their egg on Friday, April 21.

Our staff will also be in the area from April 11 to April 21 as part of the ongoing community engagement activity, providing details of our full fibre broadband rollout plan and products.

For more information about the Easter trail, or to download a free copy of the map, visit

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