The Springhead Trust is delighted to announce the launch of its new website, which is designed to be fully accessible for those on the go, as it adapts for viewing on tablets and mobiles.
The new site also makes it easier to discover what’s on offer at Springhead and how you can get involved. So whether you want to know about educational visits for schools, attend an arts event, volunteer in the gardens, or even get married at Springhead, you will be able to find what you are looking for.
‘The simple design and structure of the site makes it easier to navigate than the previous site’ explains trustee Kate Partridge. ‘It has also given us a chance to use some lovely photographs of Springhead, most of which have been taken by our Director, Edward Parker. The trustees are also grateful to others who have contributed photographs including Paul Collins for his wonderful pictures of school children at Springhead.’
Another advantage of the new website is that it will enable the charity to use social media more effectively, to bring people to the website and raise awareness of Springhead’s services and facilities.
The new website has been part-funded by the Rural Development Programme, via the North Dorset LEADER group.
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