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Thursday
Sep272012

Shiny New Website

If you're reading this then you have reached our shiny new website. Take a look around. We are proud of what we're offering and excited about the future. After weeks of planning and a big push this summer, we are pleased at last to make this announcement. The new site will have useful information and tools to help our community. We've included an "update" section on our homepage that will be used to report news or events that take place. And of course, don't forget our Blog and Twitter. The site is an important first step and we're now focussing our energies on providing a powerful platform to help engage with people. 

We hope you like its bright, lively and minimalistic feel - and hope you'll find your way around easily. A big thank you to all who helped with ideas during our consultation and sent in ideas - as you'll see, I've done my best to take them on board. There are still a few changes to come - but please let us know what you think so far. You know who you are! Be warned, it is not yet fully completed, so if you do find any bugs or errors, please let me know! Also, if you have any suggestions, we would love to hear those too. A number of pages are still in progress, but visit the site frequently as more content about our activities will become available.

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