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TarvinOnline will have been going for 4 years in June. Throughout this time we have enjoyed having an editorial team of 3 but sadly that has come to an end. We are now down to 2 and since we are both retired we share our time amongst several other interests and of course escape on holiday whenever a last minute deal appears on the internet.

We set ourselves a challenging target for daily articles at the outset and have just about managed to hold to this. However at times this becomes a strain and the stress of ensuring we do not miss an editorial deadline too often forces burning the midnight oil. As our spouses say- this is not sustainable.

Our work falls into a few categories:-

  • maintaining the diary up to date as meetings are notified to us
  • ensuring all the contact information in the Directory Section is up to date
  • re-formatting as necessary articles sent to us ready for publication
  • writing our own articles
  • Developing the website to structure all the thousands of articles we have published as a useful record of life in our Community

As with any Organisation or Club the more helpers you have the easier it is.

So readers we would strongly encourage you to keep sending in your "one-off" stories as well as write-ups of your forthcoming events through adverts beforehand and "what happened" afterwards.

We would hate to see the website wither through editor exhaustion and we would not want our Community to miss out on what is going on.

So we are looking for volunteers to help us out. You do not need to be website wizards and the training required is minimal.
Please email if you can help on any aspect.

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