Tag Archives: sheltered accommodation

Rosevear gets the bullet

Over the last few days Bristol Wireless volunteers Rich, Amias, Acesabe and Mark have been working to upgrade the network connection we provide to Rosevear sheltered housing scheme for the elderly in Newtown, Bristol. This has seen our volunteers at … Continue reading

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A visit from Ronnie Corbett

Yesterday the Bristol Wireless lab was graced by a visit from Ronnie Corbett – the real one that is, not the wee comic… Anyway, avid readers of BW News will remember that Ronnie was the warden at Princess Royal Gardens … Continue reading

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Princess Royal Gardens – the suite gets sweeter

The LTSP suite at Princess Royal Gardens has recently been refurbished and upgraded; Woodsy takes a look. Continue reading

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More Princess Royal Gardens

Many of you will know we have been working on using old hardware with the Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) and now have over 5 networks installed across the city – one of them at Princess Royal Gardens. We got … Continue reading

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Princess Royal Gardens – Official Launch

The official launch of the Bristol Wireless installed LTSP suite at Princess Royal Gardens, a sheltered accommodation project in East Bristol, was held on 20th July, attended by City Councillors John Kiely and Abdul Malik and his Lordship, The Mayor … Continue reading

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Out of date to up to date

Bristol Wireless have successfully installed a new broadband computer suite in a sheltered housing unit, improving the quality of life for its 54 residents. Continue reading

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