Alacrify Ltd

New Village Website for Maiden Newton

Published on: 16th December 2010
By Alacrify



New Village Website for Maiden Newton

In collaboration with John Wright, the founder of Maiden Newton's website, we have built a completely new site from scratch for the village.

Maiden Newton Website

Using all our web know-how and loads of local information collated by John Wright over the years, combined with tons of new research that we've undertaken too, we launched the site today.

We're thrilled with it and are looking forward to seeing what our neighbours in the village make of it all.

We'll keep you posted!

Take a look around for yourself: www.maidennewton.info

 

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