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We are owners and operators of a range of commercial web sites and major web and commercial database designers.
The largest web site we own and operate is the "British Towns and Villages Network. (www.british-towns.net/). This site has in excess of 1.8Million pages of information, which are a guide of places to visit, events to attend, how to get there and a selection of Hotel and other accommodation in which to stay.
We also own and operate web sites across Huntingdonshire, including the major Towns of St. Neots, Huntingdon, St. Ives, Ramsey and Godmanchester, which have recently undergone an extensive upgrade programme. We have now opened-up these popular websites allowing local business's and charitable/voluntary organisations to publish and manage their own information within each website. This will advertise their products and services to a wider market, than they could hope to achieve from their own website (if they have one) and provide an inexpensive, cost effective solution for those that don't.
Jevstar Limited has also designed, built and managed enterprise level systems for Exel Logistics and Somerfield Stores Ltd; to name but a few significant organisations. We have also undertaken "health system projects" for Private Health Care Providers.
We are also proud to have provided (Pro Bono) the designing and building of the "Palestine Pilgrimages Web Site" (www.palestinepilgrimage.org.uk) in 2009.
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6 California Road, St Ives, PE27 6SJ
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After twenty years of operation the time has come for the Huntingdonshire Websites to have a rest. The general public now spend most of their Internet time on Social Media like Facebook and Twitter and rarely 'surf the Internet' to use small independent websites like ours which I suppose is a sign of the times.
As a result of the incompetence of the major wesbites to keep user information confidential there are also some major changes to legislation occuring this year, namely the GDPR, that impose a significant administrative overhead and costs that will make it not worth while for us to maintain user logon access for such a small return therefore as of today all dormant user accounts for the site have been suspended and will be deleted so that there is no confidential user information stored on our online systems.
We are not going to shut the majority of the websites down but rather let them become dormant. This will allow time for those organisations who are still actively using them to seek an alternative presence on web and free up time for us to develop our other major website the British Towns Network. We will however be suspending immediately certain aspects, such as the Weather Station, as these are expensive and time consuming to maintain.
We thank those organisations and our many visitors who have supported us over the years and wish everyone the best for the future.