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It's hard to advise fully without being on site but I'll go ahead and say that two separate and distinct incoming Internet connections are not going to come together in one bonded network very easily if at all in this scenario.

IMO you're better off looking at ways to get a single network distributed throughout.

Obviously cabling to a wireless access point(s) is ideal but not always practical.

But that doesn't mean there aren't more options. Perhaps consider Ethernet over power adapters (power line). It depends on how the ring main is wired in the property but power line adapters, especially those with wireless hotspots built in can get a network connection anywhere there's power. Consider those that have a power pass through and wireless capability. Like these:
Amazon.com: Linksys Powerline AV Wireless Network Extender (PLWK400): Computers & Accessories

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