Displayed here, in reverese chronological order (latest first), are expired Local News items that were entered by website members form St. Ives in Cambridgeshire more than a month ago.
We welcome the Jump Club of St Ives as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with John to add further information about the Jump Club over the coming weeks.
Jump Club provides rebound complimentary therapy for adults and children a the Broad Leas Centre in St Ives
Pleased to complete an upgrade to our Kimbolton and Stonely website. Added some new facilities including our Twitter feed on the Home Page.
If you wish to keep in touch with things going on and news items about Huntingdonshire, with a 'little' overlap into Cambridge, Peterborough and the neighbouring districts, then follow us on Twitter @HuntsWeb.
And if you tweet about something in Huntingdonshire don't forget to copy us in @HuntsWeb and if it's interesting we'll re-tweet it across the district
We welcome the Three Jolly Butchers of Houghton and Wyton as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Mark and his team to add further information about the Three Jolly Butchers over the coming weeks.
We welcome Ramsey Rural Museum as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Clive and his team to add further information about the Ramsey Rural Museum over the coming weeks.
The museum will be participating, along with numerous other locations, in the Ramsey Heritage Open Day on 14th September. Please follow the links for more information
We welcome WiggleWaggle with Sharon as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Sharon to add further information about WiggleWaggle with Sharon over the coming weeks.
If you have never heard of WiggleWaggle. WiggleWaggle is a ridiculously funky programme of Music, Dance, Drama and Fitness for children aged from birth to five, and their grown-ups.
Sharon currently hosts sessions in Godmanchester and Ramsey but that is very much likely to spread to other venues soon. More details, follow the link...
Website members may now add a YouTube video code to their location/venue pages on any of our Huntingdonshire websites and display their own promotional video to the site users. We wil be adding a similar facility for members who do not manage their own premises in the near future, more on that later.
Here is an example video from Homequest...
We welcome St Neots Model Flying Club as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with them to add further information about the St Neots Model Flying Club over the coming weeks.
We are in the process of adding detailed Microdata Snippets to the program code of all our websites to improve the ability of search engines and other external websites to access the news items, events, products and services added by members of the website.
That's it the last of our Huntingdonshire websites upgraded to HTML5. They have all had new things added to make the sites more mobile and touch screen friendly including the addition of our @HuntsWeb Twitter feed which replaces the old Site News.
Now to add some really new things but more of that in a few days...