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The website working party was proposed by Councillor Gordon in the December 2017 meeting, and agreed by the council to be formed under his leadership in the January 2018 meeting.

The main aim of the group is to increase dissemination of important council information to village residents, and thereby resident-council engagement, both through the site and appropriate social media avenues.

The council already had an existing site at this IP address, and following the instruction of a developer we moved the site on to the more user-friendly and adaptable WordPress platform. Councillor Gordon worked with the developer to design and implement a new site throughout 2018, leading to the site going live at the beginning of 2019 (see minutes for January 2019). There is an additional site at Crofton.org which contains historic information about the council but this will be closed down to avoid confusion.

Councillor Gordon manages the site day-to-day and is coming towards the end of initial development of the site. Several Facebook mediums have also been established for future site engagement purposes.

The best way to contact the group is to contact Councillor Gordon here.

 

 

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