This was exactly the situation in the Oxfordshire village of Binfield Heath.
The village was fed from two SCP's as child cabinets run from the main PCP which was already converted to FTTC status...and was a long way away.
The solution was exactly as the previous reply but note that
1. It was paid for by the villagers themselves raising the money - a lot of it.
2. I think there was no ductwork between at least one of the SCP's so a complete new trench/duct work system had to be laid in prior to blowing in the fibre which would have cost a fair few ££££'s.
3. I think they were fortunate in the the two SCP's were very near to 240V power access so that aspect of converting them to FTTC status was not a problem: and sometimes the cost of getting power to the PCP due to be FTTC'd can be a great deal of money
Edited by zom22 (Sun 03-May-15 16:22:46)