The Llanthony Valley Project

Broadway Broadband is revolutionising rural Wales by introducing 5G broadband upgrade to the Llanthony Valley. Register your interest in 5G broadband below!


Welcome to the Llanthony Valley Project!

Located within the picturesque Brecon Beacons National Park, the Llanthony Valley is a unique and beautiful area that has long struggled with poor connectivity. But now, thanks to the innovative efforts of Monmouthshire County Council, that’s all about to change.


Back in 2020, the council applied to the Welsh Government’s Local Broadband Fund for funding to improve connectivity in the valley. In 2021, they were awarded that funding and put the project out to tender. And the winning bid came from Broadway Partners, who proposed a cutting-edge 5G solution.

The Llanthony Valley Project will bring superfast wireless broadband to 122 properties scattered throughout the valley, using a series of micro 5G masts located along the valley sides to conduct coverage down to the properties within. This innovative solution will finally bring reliable, high-speed internet to the hardest-to-reach areas of the valley.

Why Broadway?

Meet Reece, Our Wales Community Manager.

We are excited to be a part of this project and to bring the benefits of better connectivity to the Llanthony Valley and its residents and businesses. 

We believe that the will play a vital role in bridging the digital divide and providing equal access to the internet for all residents and businesses in the valley. With the advent of 5G technology, this project will bring high-speed internet to even the most remote and hard-to-reach areas, enabling residents and businesses to fully participate in the digital economy and take advantage of all the opportunities that come with being connected.

Broadway Partners was chosen for this project because of our innovative approach and our proven track record in delivering high-quality, reliable wireless broadband solutions. Our proposal for a 5G solution was deemed the most suitable and effective way to bring reliable internet to the Llanthony Valley.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of this exciting project. Register your interest today and be one of the first to experience the benefits of superfast wireless broadband in the Llanthony Valley.

If you live or work in the Llanthony Valley region, register your interest in superfast broadband for free.

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Don’t take our word for it

Instead we’ll let our customers do the talking

Mrs James, Ambleston using her new internet with family.

Mrs James
Ambleston, Pembrokeshire

“An engineer from a different company said we would never get fast broadband here. Now that Broadway Broadband have connected us we have to report all movements, we are lucky we can do all we need to do now. It has been a bit of a boost for the business, it’s there when you need it. We have to do things online, we can’t be without broadband these days. It’s a basic.
My son Rhys had to return home from Swansea University in 2020 and complete his dissertation online, before the family was upgraded, and was sometimes left with no option but to work from a relative’s house to access Wifi. Sometimes it was not working at all, when I was doing my dissertation I used to have to hotspot my laptop and we were sometimes without broadband for days. I have a new job and I am able to work from home joining video calls without interruption. It has benefited the whole family with the reliability we need and cheaper than my previous 1MB supplier!
We never thought that we would get fibre up here to be honest. We are not usually the first for anything in Pembrokeshire, and it’s out here that we need it more really. It’s a great thing for rural areas.”


Superfast broadband, also known as fibre optic broadband, is a type of high-speed Internet access that typically makes use of optical fibre to connect your home to the public telephone network. It’s also known as FTTC, which stands for “Fibre to the Cabinet.” To do this, a system of fibre-optic cables is laid underground and used to transmit data.

Speeds of 30 Mbps or higher are considered superfast. Ultrafast broadband means speeds of 100 Mbps or more and up to 1 Gbps. However, not all places will have access to this service because it is often offered by Fibre to the Premise (FTTP) or Fixed Wireless Access (FWA).

Even if your connection is very fast, you will still have a lot of package options to choose from, so you can find something that fits your budget.

Fibre broadband makes it possible to connect to the internet faster. This is because it uses fibre optic cables that send information through light pulses. These fibre optic connections make for a more reliable internet connection with faster upload and download times.


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