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    The 18 Areas in NWGL

    Blackburn
    Rochdale
    Manchester
    Blackpool
    Salford
    Oldham
    Bolton
    Sefton
    Wirral
    Bury
    St Helens
    Liverpool
    Cheshire
    Stockport
    Warrington
    Halton
    Trafford
    Knowsley

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    I think the current concern that links my area (Bolton) with another of the NWLG members is the BSF bid, which was made by Blackburn, and our LEA has jumped in with. Obviously this has implications for ICT bods in both areas.

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    Thanks for publishing the list conehead. I always assumed we were in this zone, but never sure.

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    i thought we was in optout, not like it matters.

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    Our LEA is in the process of swapping their internet connection from a commercial provider to a janet/nwlg connection - this aside, what does it mean for us as a school to be in the NWLG? ie are there any benefits?

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    Not that I know of...

    According to my LA, who provide Web Access (they call it internet, but only Web, FTP and certain Email protocols work), we have a direct connection to the NWLG.

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    Me & Beeswax get our internet through a local CLC and then they get it from ZEN. What does this mean?

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