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By Tarvin Parish Council - 10th November 2013 6:30am
For many years the business of the Parish Council has been available on line at www.tarvinparishcouncil.org.uk
The site had become rather static and the Parish Council was aware of the need to update its presentation and to make its work more accessible to the wider public
The Parish Council has accepted an offer from the new local website www.tarvinonline.org to run a parallel, but independent site within the structure of Tarvinonline.
Councillor Roger Hones, who has worked with the Tarvinonline team and the web designers to create the site, said "The new site looks fresh and modern and is very easy to use. It can be accessed directly — just type Tarvin Parish Council into your search engine — or via a single click of the Tarvinonline homepage. The site will contain agendas, minutes, policy documents and reports, as well as information about Councillors and Parish Council services. I hope it will bring the work of the Parish Council to the attention of many more residents".
The Parish Council website will be independent of the editorial team of Tarvinonline. However, because, by their very nature, Parish Council documents are often formal and precise, the Tarvinonline editorial team has decided to continue to write on certain topics for the Tarvinonline website to encourage a wider knowledge of the issues that the Parish Council deals with.
Those articles, of which this is an example, are written by a Parish Councillor with the agreement of the full Council.
The new Parish Council site is now live and many documents have been transferred from the previous Council website.
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