Daw Bank and Daw Bank Cottage, Pikestoll Lane, Greenholme, Tebay, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 3TA, England Tel 01539 624636
I design and manage sites for local businesses and organisations, mainly in Cumbria and the North of England: no-nonsense, easy-to-follow sites that resize gracefully when viewed on a variety of devices.
I will obtain a domain name and hosting to suit your requirements, and look after renewals.
Good clear copy is important; I offer proof reading and editing services.
Good images are essential to your site. Your visitors will react faster to pictures than anything else. I can visit your premises to take photographs, or work from scanned or digital images, and optimise them to load fast.
Updating your information is also essential to keep your site fresh and interesting. (A month-old newspaper is just old news!)
My fees are £20 per working hour so your costs will depend on how much work I need to put in to achieve your objectives. As a very rough guide:
3 Page Site ~ £200
5 Page Site ~ £300
7 Page Site ~ £400
10 Page Site ~ £500
You can keep costs below that by having well-written copy and good photographs ready for me to put together!
Daw Bank Cottage Self Catering Holidays
The Fell Pony and Countryside Museums at Dalemain - a site donated to Dalemain in 2000 but which I still maintain out of interest.
The Fell Pony Society, charity supporting the Fell pony breed and Fell pony owners and breeders
Greenholme Fell Pony Stud
Chris Harrison, Motor Engineer, Tebay
North West Driving Club
Rackwood Fell Ponies Fell Pony Stud
South Lakes Talking Newspaper Association, charity producing an audio version of the Westmorland Gazette for blind and partially sighted people
Harps North West, charity encouraging both adults and children to play music, especially on the harp
Contact by email: sue @ dawbank.co.uk (remove spaces)
Sue Millard, Daw Bank, Greenholme, Tebay, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 3TA; telephone 01539 624636 or text/mobile 07786 105817.
The Cumbrian Mountain Express seen through the window, 28 July 2007
Daw Bank seen from Nichol Hill, Bretherdale