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The projects in the Digital Infrastructure investment cluster delivered both the roll out of broadband technology and importantly supported this with business advice and training to maximise its use for business.

Modern Digital Infrastructure can be used to ensure connectivity across the globe and bring about long term improvements in business competitiveness. Key issues for Cornwall have been access to Broadband, business support to promote e-business as well as training to maximise ICT use for business, all of which have been tackled through this investment cluster.

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26 May 2004
actnow C
Cornwall Enterprise has been awarded a Priority 1.2, 2.4 and 4.6 grant to continue extending affordable broadband to the remainder of remote and rural Cornwall.

Grant of £1,666,818 from ERDF (1.2) towards a £4,076,818 project, grant of £525,000 from ERDF (2.4) towards a £1,500,000 project, and a grant of £175,091 from EAGGF towards a £557,682 project, for further information please contact Emma Lydon, actnow, Tel 01209 722850.

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9 January 2004
Let's Do IT!
Cornwall Enterprise Company has been awarded a Priority 1.7 grant to enable Let's Do IT! to continue its work as a development and training initiative, working with SME's to improve their ICT skills.

Grant of £208,342 from ESF towards a £563,086 project, for further information please contact Lynn File, Tel 01208 821652.

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18 December 2003
Looe Fishselling Company Ltd
Looe Fishselling Company has been awarded a Priority 4.7 grant to purchase computer and software equipment to support a port facility project for an electronic fish auction system.

Grant of £9,783 from FIFG towards a £27,950 project, for further information please contact Clare Leverton, South West Pesca, 01872 270333.

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27 December 2002
The Tolmen Centre Phase 2
Constantine Enterprises Company has been awarded a Priority 4.8 grant toward the second phase of converting a redundant chapel into a new community facility providing disabled toilets and space for Information Communications Technology (ICT) training courses.

Grant of £35,344 from ERDF towards a £70,688 project. For further information please contact Liz Moore at Constantine Enterprises Company on 01326 340703.

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21 November 2002
Looe Electronic Auction Computer & Software Equipment
Looe Fishselling Ltd have been awarded a Priority 4.7 grant towards the purchase of computer and software equipment to support an electronic auction system.

Grant of £8,629 from FIFG towards a £24,654 project. For more information please contact Clare Leverton at South West PESCA on 01872 270333.

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20 September 2002
Cornwall Farmers ICT Project
Cornwall Farmers Ltd has been awarded a Priority 4.6 grant towards a project to update its computer system and increase its efficiency.

Grant of £154,396 from EAGGF towards a £771,982 project. For further information please call Peter Hardaker on 01872 274301.

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3 September 2002
Digital Peninsula Network Phase 1
Digital Peninsula Network Ltd have been awarded a Priority 1.3 grant in order that the existing ICT network office can be manned permanently, and to expand existing services offered to businesses.

Grant of £235,835 from ERDF towards a £530,335 project. For further information please contact John Cowles on 01736 333700.

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26 April 2002
Access Online ICT Facility
Self Direction Community Project, assisted by Carrick IAP, has been awarded an ESF, Priority 3.4, grant for a project to offer support and training through the use of ICT to people from marginalised and disadvantaged communities, and particularly people with disabilities, to enable them access to lifelong learning and employment opportunities.

Grant of £124,264 from ESF towards a £299,008 project. For further information please contact Cath Horton, Carrick IAP Programme Manager on 01872 224541.

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8 January 2002
Looe Community Computer & Business Centre
Looe Development Trust have been awarded a Priority 4.8 project to provide a £250,000 computer and business centre for Looe to operate as a learning centre for the town and surrounding area.

Grant of £109,225 from ERDF for £245,225 project. Contact Colin Tregear on 01503 220160 for further information.

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11 December 2001
actnow A
Cornwall Enterprise, SWRDA, Cornwall County Council, Business Link and BT have been awarded Priority 2.4 investment for a project to upgrade 12 telephone exchanges around Cornwall to provide ASDL broadband technology.

Grant of £910,000 from ERDF for £2,600,000 project
contact Jason Clark, Communications Manager, Objective One on 01872 276276 or Jason Mann at BT on 01803 216415.

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11 December 2001
actnow B
Cornwall Enterprise, SWRDA, Business Link, Cornwall College and BT. This project follows on from ACT NOW A; and will provide a support package to 3,300 small and medium-sized businesses to help make the most of the new technology. Priority 1.1.

Grant of £4,344,000 from ERDF for a £9,958,000 project. For more details please contact ACT NOW on 01209 722850.

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23 July 2001
Setting Up of New Website
Cornwall Fish Producers Organisation (CFPO) have received a Priority 4.7 grant towards the setting up of a website to promote fish, the fishing industry as a career and provide information on the Cornish Fishing Industry.

Grant of £704 from FIFG towards a £2,010 project. For further details please contact Clare Leverton on 01872 270 333.

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15 June 2001
Flexible ICT for Rural Areas (Circle)
Cornwall Adult Education Service: Priority 3.3 project to extend learning opportunities through ICT and address rural isolation, cost, lack of confidence and lack of motivation.

Grant of £189,043 from ESF for £564,468 project
linked to ERDF project below.

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15 June 2001
Flexible ICT for Rural Areas (Circle)
Cornwall County Council have been awarded the Priority 3.6 element of project above.

Grant of £216,068 from ERDF for £480,110 project. For further information contact Margaret Bilkey of Adult Education Service on 01326 563702.

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15 May 2001
Let's Do IT!
Cornwall Enterprise have been awarded a Priority 1.7 grant towards the second phase of project to support training via the Internet for small businesses in key sectors.

Grant of £302,000 from ESF for £671,000 project. See media release from same date for further information.

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15 March 2001
Let's Do IT!
Cornwall Enterprise have been awarded a Priority 1.7 grant towards a project to develop a network of 250 small and medium businesses in key sectors that have a history of under investment in training and to provide training via the Internet.

Grant of £30,000 from ESF for £111,878 project. See media release from same date for further information.

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30 January 2001
SEAL
Link-into-Learning have been awarded a Priority 3.3 grant towards a project to provide free IT training to people with basic skills needs.

Grant of £447,290 from ESF towards £884,790 project. See media release from same date for details.

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24 November 2000
Learning Shops
Cornwall College has been awarded a Priority 3.3 grant towards a project to provide free IT training, targeting women and the unemployed as well as those already in work, through Learning Shops in Bodmin, Camborne, Helston and Redruth.

Grant of £773,215 from ESF for £1,718,257 project. See media release from same date for further details.

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