WMC: October 2017
The new Circuit Website has just been launched!
This can be found at http://www.wantab.org.uk
Do have a look, explore and let us know what you think.
Some aspects of the new site are still under development -- particularly calendars. Other areas don't have much content yet.
We will continue working to improve the site, but in the meantime, you can help in two ways:
If you arrange an event at your church, then please send details to Andrew Lockley or Keith Underhill and it can quickly be added to the calendar.
If an interesting event takes place in the life of your church, why not take a picture (a reasonable phone picture will do) and write a paragraph describing it. Email the text and picture to Andrew or to Keith, and a news item can quickly be created.
Our website has been created for the Circuit by ThenMedia who are responsible for our website.
Our thanks to Andrew Lockley (senior Circuit Steward) for all his hard work in getting this up and running and also to Alan Chipperfield for setting up and managing the previous Circuit website so faithfully over the past number of years — thank you Alan.
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