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Step into the Big Red Box for internet survey
A BIG Red Box is being set up in Chesham this weekend as researchers ask for residents' views on the internet.
It's being installed as part of Virgin Media's 'Our Digital Future' project and Chesham has been chosen as the town where the scheme will kick off.
As part of it residents are being invited to step into the box and give their opinions on any aspect of the internet, from social networking to trolling and cyber bullying.
The Big Red Box includes a video booth which will record residents' views as they are guided through a series of questions by Roger, a robot inspired by Virgin founder Richard Branson.
It will be in the market place near Sainsbury's from 9.30am-3pm on Saturday July 28 and follows the recent announcement Virgin is to install free public WiFi around Chesham.
Paul Richmond, executive director at Virgin Media, said: "Virgin Media is dedicated to creating world class digital services, and an important part of this is understanding what the public really think about digital living, how they interact online, and how we can help them navigate through what can sometimes feel like a complex digital world.
"Our work with the Big Red Box will provide us with invaluable opinions from across the country, and we are delighted that residents in Chesham will get the chance to be first to contribute."