BeFibre Commits Support to Shorefields School in Clacton-On-Sea

BeFibre, a next-generation broadband company, has reaffirmed its commitment to the community of Clacton-On-Sea by extending support to Shorefields School, a special needs institution catering to 149 pupils aged between 3-19 with a range of complex, severe, and profound learning needs.

In a show of solidarity, BeFibre has pledged a generous donation to aid the acquisition of a sensory kit for the school. This kit comprises a range of stimulating and calming objects, designed to enhance the learning experience of all students attending the school.

This charitable initiative is part of BeFibre’s ongoing commitment to community service in Clacton-on-Sea. It underscores the company’s dedication to being an active and positive presence in the areas they operate, addressing the needs and concerns of the residents.

Michelle Glover, the business manager of Shorefields School, expressed gratitude for BeFibre’s support. The donation has allowed the school to procure essential furniture for one of their classes, making a significant difference in the learning environment for both students and staff.

Louise Elliott, Chief Customer and Operations Officer at BeFibre, highlighted the company’s enduring focus on supporting community projects. She emphasized their passion for creating a positive impact in the areas they serve, and their collaboration with Shorefields School is a testament to this commitment. Elliott expressed the company’s excitement in supporting the school and fostering an environment conducive to growth and thriving.

BeFibre’s privately-funded £100 million network rollout, orchestrated by their sister company Digital Infrastructure, is making substantial progress in Clacton-on-Sea. With over 10,000 homes now primed for service, the company is diligently working to fulfill their promises and provide the community with high-quality, reliable broadband services.

Jonny Rae

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