Sat 19th Jan 2019Tattenhall Online weather - Moderate rain at timesModerate rain at times 5°C

The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire

What a difference a month makes

Home » News » What a Difference a Month Makes
Captured web page

With a month under our belts, a moment of reflection on the new 'Tattenhall Online' Website.

Statistics reveal that since our official launch on 1 July we have had a total of 6,907 visitors to the site, looking at an amazing 19,249 stories.

Some of those stories have received an astonishing number of 'hits' — the potential closure of our High Street Post Office received over 900 hits whilst the stories that we ran on the plight of school children using the bus to Bishop Heber School and then the 'U' turn by the Council received 534 hits.

Stories relating to The Park Primary School have obviously been really popular with our much loved new resident 'Seymour' being a true favourite, together with the end of term 'Beach Party' on the Flacca.

We have covered some amazing sports features. Sprinter (Shannon Malone) who was recently triumphant in the 4x100m European Junior Championships in Sweden was actually trained here in Tattenhall (279 hits). Our very own Rob Pearson and Bala Town's footballing exploits in European competition, were also very popular stories (634 hits), as was Henry Dobson's selection for the North of England Junior Cricket (202 hits) Our match reports from our hallowed cricket ground at The Flacca, the spiritual home of Sport Tattenhall, have also been very favourably received.

We have also covered diverse issues such as: a local barn fire and road closure; Tattenhall as a Sandstone Ridge village, our flying clergy; the visit of our local MP; the launch of both the newly renovated Ice Cream Farm and the Frog Lane Retirement Village, exciting job vacancies as well as musical, artistic and literary extravaganzas, the list goes on!

The Webteam has been rewarded with some very positive feedback and for this we thank you:

What you said ...

'First and foremost, the website looks amazing (I found it via Facebook). It is amazing how much we have going on in our village'!

'Congratulations — I think the new website is really fantastic!'

'...great website everybody, well done...'

'I absolutely love the website and will definitely be using it'.

'Hi, will just start by saying how great it is to have a village website!'

'Thanks for giving us such great publicity'.

'I would just like to say a very big THANK YOU to your website in locating a precious Silver Necklace lost..."

'What an excellent article 'During this month in History' is'.

'I've just read your front end piece on the Home page and hadn't tried the Transport Links. What a good idea!

Please keep these articles coming into 'Contact Us'. This is your Website; the more you contribute, the more everyone finds out what is happening. Let's build on our first month!

'Help make www.tattenhall.org everyone's new First Port of Call'!

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

F_INSP_1094 Assisted Living eshot - Gifford Lea
Gifford Lea: Sat 19 Jan 6:35am

CLICK IMAGE TO...

Action Fraud untitled
HMRC: Sat 19 Jan 6:05am

What you need to know...Action Fraud has experienced an increase in the reporting of malicious calls, voicemails, text messages or emails to members of the public purporting to be from HMRC.The fraudsters state that as a result of their non-payment of tax or other duty, the victim is liable to prosecution or other legal proceedings such as repossession of belongings to settle the balance...

silver-singers-daytime-choir11
Michael Reynolds: Fri 18 Jan 6:40am

Evidence suggests that participating in group activities, such as singing, is good for health and well being. Some of you will be delighted to learn, therefore, that a new daytime 'Silver Singers Choir' for the over 50s is starting in the village.'Are you happy because you sing, or, do you sing to be happy'?The first session is FREE and then £5 for each class...

© 2015 - 2019 Tattenhall Business Alliance

Community website for the UK village of Tattenhall near Chester