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Feedback Friday No 3

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Feedback Friday

#Hello and welcome to the first Feedback Friday of September!

Thankyou to those who have contacted the Webteam this week, responding to news articles, adding items to the WHAT'S ON calendar and suggesting new ideas we can try... As well as letting us know what you like!

Again the cricket coverage has been commented on most positively. Well done to our cricket commentators.

We are also hearing from people that check the website each morning to catch up on local happenings!

It is worth noting that 50% of the top news stories yesterday had been written by contributors to the website — which is brilliant. tattenhall.org is by the community for the community. Many thanks to our contributors! The question is — what could you write about????

Looking forward to hearing from you!

To get in touch simply click on the 'CONTACT US' link on the homepage or email editor@tattenhall.org.

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