Websites launched

It’s been a busy day for me on the website front with the official launch of two new sites for some clients of mine.

The first one is Siop Ty Tawe, a Welsh shop in the centre of Swansea which is part of Canolfan Ty Tawe / Ty Tawe Centre. The shop sells Welsh language books for adults, children and learners as well as gifts from Wales.

It’s well worth a visit if only for a cuppa and a chat with ‘Siw siop’ (the owner) and they’ve got some cracking Welsh t-shirts there too. In fact they stock loads of Welsh merchandise – so it’ll be well worth a visit come Six Nations time 🙂

The other site launched was that of Partneriath Pontarddulais Partnership, a site dedicated to developing the Pontarddulais Community through partnership working.

The partnership is a voluntary group that consists of representation from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors and has a number of agencies acting as advisors. So if you’re from Pontarddulais why not get in touch with them as they’re always looking for new ideas.

So here is a shameless plug for my services, aimed at anyone who wants a quality website for an affordable price – no matter what the subject area. If you want to know more, simply drop me an email and I’ll be happy to have a natter with you.

On an altogether more amusing subject, I’m amazed by the number of Leeds fans who seem obsessed with posting comments on the video’s I put on YouTube from last weekend’s game. Thankfully I moderate all the comments, but if I hear one more about it being ‘our cup final’ and ‘how quiet we were’, etc I’ll go potty.

Anyone would have sworn the Leeds United supporting keyboard warriors were obsessed with us sheep lovers from Swansea 😉