The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: July 2015
The launch of Tattenhall Online.
The culmination of months of hard work by many volunteers.
Our main aim has been to produce a Website for Tattenhall and its surrounding areas which will be up-to-date, which will provide news and views and which will be a first port of call when people want to find out what's going on.
We have a Webteam of ten who will be doing their very best to keep the site appealing but we will depend on the wider community to supply us with possible stories and information about what is going on and when; in the early days we're bound to make mistakes, so please feel free to tell us what you think — this can be done via the 'Contact Us' facility near the top of the Homepage.
Do explore the site. Have a look at 'Transport Links', a one-stop resource telling you how to find out which roads are closed, whether trains to Crewe and Chester are running on time and all about flights in and out of Manchester and Liverpool. The 'Directories' will tell you about Businesses, Clubs and Societies and Services and 'What's On' will show you just that and again we will need you to tell us if we've forgotten any important events. Have a look at July's special website offers by clicking on the panel on the Homepage.
So please explore our website; it will be updated daily and with your help will improve. Tell us what is missing and tell us what you think about it. Importantly, we hope you enjoy this new and exciting development in our village.
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