Spreading joy across rural communities with Easter celebrations

We had an ‘egg’cellent time over the Easter period spreading joy, as well as plenty of chocolate across some of the rural areas we serve.

To celebrate the occasion and spread the word that our fast and reliable broadband is now available in more rural communities across North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, we got out and about with fun and treats.

Our teams got involved with the Spring Fayre in Tockwith, North Yorkshire, with an Easter themed rock hunt, supported by social media, encouraging people to find a hand painted rock and trade it in for an Easter egg at the Spring Fayre.

26 March 2024: James McAra of Quickline putting up the Easter Trail in Swineshead near Boston, Lincolnshire. Picture by Sean SpencerHull News & Pictures Ltd

Meanwhile, in North Lincolnshire, we supported Belton’s Easter Sunday Funday at The Crown Inn where we met lots of people from the village as well as neighbouring communities.

And we had Easter trails in the Lincolnshire villages of Swineshead and Donington, followed by a fish and chip supper in Donington with residents treated to a chippy tea on us!

26 March 2024: Jack’s Fish Barin Donington near Boston, Lincolnshire, where residents were treated to fish and chips by Quickline. Resident Tom Smith with Jason of Quickline. Picture by Sean SpencerHull News & Pictures Ltd

We’re looking forward to getting out and meeting more of our communities over the next few months and we light up more rural homes and businesses with our full fibre broadband.

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