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Today is the first anniversary of the launch of Tattenhall Online. The Online team are delighted to have completed this first year more or less intact and look forward to our second year.
The past month has seen a record number of visitors to the site and a record number of pages viewed — a daily average in excess of 650 pages.
Immense thanks are due to the team who have worked really hard to make sure that there's something new on the website every day. Thanks, too, to the members of the Tattenhall and district community who have contributed articles; we can always do with more.
We are grateful to the members of the Tattenhall Business Alliance who have paid for the website design and construction and for the ongoing maintenance and upgrades.
If you have any suggestions, observations or ideas do let us know via the 'Contact Us' heading on the Home Page.

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