Fund it between your neighbours
It has been known for local communities or entire villages to club together to pay for the installation of fibre broadband. If you have like-minded neighbours, this could be a help.
Others have avoided the main suppliers completely and chosen to ask a private company to install a local network. You’ll need to be prepared to pay more by choosing this route, but it might be worth it to you.
Reach out to a smaller supplier
Sometimes companies will get a special grant for rural broadband roll-out. Ask about to see if any smaller organisations will be willing to support you.
Satellite broadband sounds, in theory, like a genuine alternative to cabled broadband services. Essentially, all you need is a dish that can point towards a satellite. However, despite prices having come down in recent years, there are still significant installation costs, restrictive data allowances, reports of poor performance (including downtime and ‘lags’) and, in some instances, indifferent customer service.
If you’re thinking of going down this route, do some research and talk to the provider about what guarantees they will give on your service.