Welton Parish Council Website Launched

Welton Parish Council website has launched and is now live. To view the website please follow this link.

The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Welton Parish Council.  The principle objectives of the project were:

  • to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000;
  • to provide a online hub for local parishioners to discover what their Parish Council does and how they can get involved;
  • to improve communication between Welton Parish Council and the residents of Welton Parish.

Another key objective was to produce a Parish website suitable for use by the local community for community-related issues. Consequently the website has a news blogging feature to allow the council to publicise events and issues of general interest, it is expandable to allow for community related pages such as the local parish history, local walks, the local church and village hall etc. There is also a photo gallery planned for adding a collection of images of the Parish in the future.

Pictures of the Parish were incorporated into the header and into a front page image slider. Parish Council meeting dates are displayed in an event area on the front page and also on a separate calendar page. There is introductory text on the front page to welcome online users to the Parish website and to talk a little about the Parish itself. Other features include:

  • an area on the right side of every page on the website to display upcoming event and news summaries, plus the local weather forecast;
  • pages containing Parish Council information, including regulations and governance, Parish Councillor details, Minutes and Agendas and financial documents;
  • a contact page to allow parishioners and others to easily contact the Parish Council;
  • mobile-friendly design – the display changes when viewed on mobiles phones to improve usability.
  • easy for Parish Council website administrators to upload and display new documents.

For more information on my website solution for parish councils, please view the parish council page of this website here.

You can also contact me directly to discuss your website (or any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

Woodbury Parish Council Website Launched

Woodbury Parish Council website has launched and is now live. To view the website please follow this link.

The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Woodbury Parish Council.  The principle objectives of the project were:

  • to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000;
  • to provide a online hub for local parishioners to discover what their Parish Council does and how they can get involved;
  • to improve communication between Woodbury Parish Council and the residents of Woodbury Parish.

Another key objective was to produce a website suitable for use by the local community for community-related issues. Consequently the website has a news blogging feature to allow the council to publicise events and issues of general interest, it is expandable to allow for community related pages such as the local parish history, local walks, the local church and village hall etc. There is also a photo gallery planned for adding a collection of images of the village in the future.

Pictures of the Parish were incorporated into the header and into a front page image slider. Parish Council meeting dates are displayed in an event area on the front page and also on a separate calendar page. There is introductory text on the front page to welcome online users to the Parish website and to talk a little about the village itself. Other features include:

  • an area on the right side of every page on the website to display event and news summaries, plus the local weather forecast;
  • pages containing Parish Council information, including regulations and governance, Parish Councillor details, Minutes and Agendas and financial documents;
  • a contact page to allow parishioners and others to easily contact the Parish Council;
  • mobile-friendly design – the display changes when viewed on mobiles phones to improve usability.
  • easy for parish council website administrators to upload and display new documents.

For more information on my website solution for parish councils, please view the parish council page of this website here.

You can also contact me directly to discuss your website (or any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

Farmer Tim Website Launched

The Farmer Tim website has launched and is now live. To view the website please follow this link.

The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Lerwill Entertainment.  The principle objectives of the project were:

  • create a bright and colourful website aimed at children;
  • make the website interactive, enjoyable and easy to use;
  • ensure the website works optimally on all internet devices.

The website has intuitive navigation and is highly image-orientated.  It has plenty of games and recipes for children which are easy to download and the buttons are all clickable, allowing children to explore all the characters and features of the Farmer Tim stories.

You can contact me directly if you would like to discuss the development of a potential website (or for any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

Church Knowle Parish Council Website Launched

Church Knowle Parish Council website has launched and is now live. To view the website please follow this link.

The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Church Knowle Parish Council.  The objectives of the project were:

  • to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000;
  • to provide a online hub for local parishioners to discover what their Parish Council does and how they can get involved;
  • to improve communication between Church Knowle Parish Council and the residents of Church Knowle Parish.

Pictures of the Parish were incorporated into the header and into a front page image slider. Parish Council meeting dates are displayed in an event area on the front page and also on a separate calendar page. There is introductory text on the front page to welcome online users to the Parish Council website and to talk a little about the village itself. Other features include:

  • an area on the right side of the page to display upcoming event summaries and the local weather forecast;
  • pages containing Parish Council information, including regulations and governance, Parish Councillor details, Minutes and Agendas and financial documents;
  • a contact page to allow parishioners and others to easily contact the Parish Council via the website;
  • mobile-friendly design – the display changes when viewed on mobiles phones to improve usability.
  • easy for parish council website administrators to upload and display new documents.

For more information on my website solution for parish councils, please view the parish council page of this website here.

You can also contact me directly to discuss your website (or any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

East Witton Parish Council Website Launched

East Witton Parish Council website has launched and is now live. To view the website please follow this link.

The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for East Witton Parish Council.  The objectives of the project were:

  • to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000;
  • to provide a online hub for local parishioners to discover what their Parish Council does and how they can get involved;
  • to improve communication between East Witton Parish Council and the residents of East Witton Parish.

Pictures of the Parish were incorporated into the header and into a front page image slider. Parish Council meeting dates are displayed in an event area on the front page and also on a separate calendar page. There is introductory text on the front page to welcome visitors to the Parish website and to talk a little about the village itself. Other features include:

  • an area on the right side of the page to display the local weather forecast;
  • pages containing Parish Council information, including regulations and governance, Parish Councillor details, Minutes and Agendas and financial documents;
  • a contact page to allow parishioners and others to easily contact the Parish Council;
  • mobile-friendly design – the display changes when viewed on mobiles phones to improve usability.
  • easy for Parish Council website administrators to upload and display new documents.

For more information on my website solution for parish councils, please view the parish council page of this website here.

You can also contact me directly to discuss your website (or any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

GOSKETCH Website Launched!

The new GOSKETCH website is now live! GOSKETCH is a small business run by its founder, Emma Shannon, which provides art workshops for children in Bristol and beyond.

The website can be viewed here

To find out more about what I offer and if you’re thinking of creating a new bespoke website for yourself, your business or an organisation, please don’t hesitate to get in touch (contact information on the contact page

Yarwell Parish Council Website Launched

Yarwell Parish Council website has launched and is now live. To view the website please follow this link.

The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Yarwell Parish Council.  The objectives of the project were:

  • to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000;
  • to provide a online hub for local parishioners to discover and keep up with what their Parish Council is doing and how they can get involved;
  • to improve communication between the Parish Council and the residents of Yarwell Parish.

Pictures of the Parish were incorporated into the header and into a front page image slider. Parish Council meeting dates are displayed in an event area on the front page and also on a separate calendar page. There is introductory text on the front page to welcome online users to the Parish website and to talk a little about the village itself. Other features include:

  • an area on the right side of the page to display upcoming events and the local weather forecast;
  • pages containing Parish Council information, including regulations and governance, Parish Councillor details, Minutes and Agendas and financial documents;
  • a contact page to allow parishioners and others to easily contact the Parish Council;
  • mobile-friendly design – the display changes when viewed on mobiles phones to improve usability.
  • Easy for Parish Council website administrators to upload and display new documents.

If you are interested in creating a new website for your Parish Council, then for more information on my website solution for parish councils please view the parish council page of this website here.

You can also contact me directly to discuss your website (or any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

Flixborough Parish Council Website Launched

Flixborough Parish Council website has launched and is now live! To view the website please follow this link.

The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Flixborough Parish Council.  The first objective of the project was: 

  • to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000;
  • to provide an online portal for local parishioners to discover what their Parish Council does and how they can get involved;
  • to represent Flixborough Parish Council and the village of Flixborough online.
  • The second objective was to produce a website suitable for use by the local community for community-related issues. Consequently the website has a news blogging feature to allow the council to publicise events and issues of general interest, it is expandable to allow for community related pages such as the local parish history, local walks, the local church and village hall etc. There is also a photo gallery planned for adding a collection of images of the village in the future.

    Pictures of the Parish were incorporated into the header and into a front page image slider. Parish Council meeting dates and local community news are displayed in an event area on the front page and also on a separate calendar page. There is introductory text on the front page to welcome online users to the Parish website and to talk a little about the village itself. Other features include:

    • an area on the right side of the page to display the local weather forecast;
    • pages containing Parish Council information including regulations and governance, Parish Councillor details, Minutes and Agendas and financial documents.
    • a contact page to allow parishioners and others to easily contact the Parish Council online.

    For more information on my website solution for parish councils, please view the parish council page of this website here.

    You can also contact me to discuss your website (or any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

    Dingley Parish Council Website Launched

    Dingley Parish Council website has launched and is now live! To view the website please follow this link.

    The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Dingley Parish Council.  The objectives of the project were: to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000; to provide a online portal for local parishioners to discover what their Parish Council does and how they can get involved; and also to represent Dingley Parish Council and the village of Dingley online.

    Pictures of the Parish were incorporated into the header and into a front page image slider. Parish Council meeting dates are displayed in an event area on the front page and also on a separate calendar page. There is introductory text on the front page to welcome online users to the Parish website and to talk a little about the village itself. Other features include:

    • an area on the right side of the page to display the local weather forecast;
    • pages containing Parish Council information including regulations and governance, Parish Councillor details, Minutes and Agendas and financial documents.
    • a contact page to allow parishioners and others to easily contact the Parish Council online.

    In addition, Dingley PC wanted their Parish logo to be displayed in the header, and to have a green-based appearance to their website rather than the standard blue design.

    For more information on my website solution for parish councils, please view the parish council page of this website here.

    You can also contact me to discuss your website (or any related questions that you have). Please find contact details on the contact page

    Kea Parish Council Website Launched

    Kea Parish Council website has launched and is now live! To view the website please follow this link.

    The website was designed by Curtis Website Design for Kea Parish Council.  The objectives of the project were: to allow the Parish Council to comply with the new Transparency Code code, which is applicable to all local authorities in England with a turnover of less than £25,000; to provide a online portal for local parishioners to discover what their Parish Council does and how they can get involved; to represent Kea Parish Council and the village of Kea on the internet.

    For more information on my website solution for parish councils, please view the parish council page of this website here.