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An alternative form of telecommunications found near Haverhill




This cheeky piece of work was put up by someone in Nosterfield End, between Haverhill and Castle Camps. Picture: Jo Mayes. ANL-151023-112933001
This cheeky piece of work was put up by someone in Nosterfield End, between Haverhill and Castle Camps. Picture: Jo Mayes. ANL-151023-112933001

Jo Mayes saw this little creation in Nosterfield End, between Haverhill and Castle Camps, and was so amused she took a photo of it and sent it in to the Echo.

After a telegraph pole was knocked down in the early hours of Saturday, October 3, Nosterfield End was without a phone or broadband service for 17 days, explained Jo.

Although a temporary service was put back on somebody decided to advertise a new version of broadband for the Nosterfield End inhabitants, a long piece of string and two empty beans cans.

“I hope BT takes the hint. It made me smile,” said Jo.



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