Alacrify Ltd

2011 Christmas and New Year Opening Times for Alacrify

Published on: 20th December 2011
By Alacrify



2011 Christmas and New Year Opening Times for Alacrify

This year we will be closed from 4pm on Friday 23rd December 2011 and will reopen for business on Tuesday 3rd January 2012.

Time off this Christmas

We would like to wish all our clients and visitors a very Happy Christmas, and a successful and enjoyable New Year.

We've lots of new plans for 2012 which we'll be posting online here in early 2012, so do pop back and watch this space, or follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/Alacrify to keep up to date with what we're doing.

 

New Website For Osmington Village Hall

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Relaunch Of Weymouth And Portland Info Website

We’re excited to announce that we have relaunched the Weymouth and Portland Information website. The website is an internal project of ours and one that’s needed attention for a while. The main aim of the redesign was to make the website responsive and easier for users to navigate around.

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We have just launched a new website for Emma at R-EM Therapies. R-EM Therapies is a new client of Alacrify’s that we’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with. R-EM came to us needing a new website as the old site was starting to show its age. The old site also wasn’t responsive and was also unsecure which negatively impacted the site's search engine rankings as well as being hard for users to access on their mobiles and tablets.

New Website For Ecs Special Projects

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