St Mary’s is running a trial of a free WiFi service over summer.
Good coverage is available throughout the church and the outside space in front of the steps.
It’s available 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week.
Earlier this year, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber urged churches across the country to be fitted with Wi-Fi in a bid to make them a more integral part of the community. So far, the (anonymous) usage data suggests it is being used at all times of day, by casual visitors as well as regulars.
The service is compliant with telecommunication laws. Inappropriate content is blocked.
If you want to use the service, turn on wireless on your phone, tablet, Ipad or computer and look for “St Mary’s Wi-Fi from 2020Media”
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