After working with Nailsea Town Council throughout 2017, we are delighted to launch NailseaTown.com, a new digital hub of information for all-things Nailsea, and a place to showcase all that is great about our growing town.
A local town and council website with a difference
From the outset working with the Council’s project team, together we identified the opportunity to create an awesome resource for the town that appeals to people of all ages, works well on all devices, utilises the latest technology to communicate what’s going on in Nailsea and bring its brilliant history to life.
It’s possibly one of the largest websites we’ve delivered, covering the town’s events, its businesses, community groups, organisations and news about its future. The project required input from our whole team for all kinds of skills, from marketing strategy and web development to photography and illustration.
What’s more, the new website will be supported by an active social media presence across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
With our Founding Partners, Nick and Jon, being ‘Nailsea-boys’ this project has been close to our hearts, and we can’t wait to see its impact over the years to come.
We would like to thank everyone in the Town for their support, with special thanks to:
The Town Council, in particular the lead project team that includes Ian Morrell, Mike Bird, Julie Petford, David Packham and Claire Hunt.
Leslie Bowman, who run’s Nailsea Then and Now History Group on Facebook.
The 150+ local businesses and organisations who have supported this project from the outset.
Nailsea Chamber of Trade and Commerce, the steering committee: Sharon Brown, Jane Vivian, Marcus Gater, Rebecca Purchase, Luke Hewitt and Dave Hawker.
So, without further ado, give NailseaTown.com a visit!