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04:02:12 Delwedd's opening hours over Christmas and the New year:
Closing at 12:00 noon Friday 21/12/12 until Thursday 03/01/2013
01:10:12 Delwedd has moved office from Galeri 7 to Galeri 16, and the view of the dock is wonderful on this side of the building!
Remember the new address: Delwedd, Galeri 16, Galeri Caernarfon, Doc Victoria, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 1SQ
01:06:12 We are currently working with six Primary and four Secondary Schools which will bring our portfolio of school websites up to twenty seven. Would your school benefit from a new website? Contact us for details
BBC NEWS "Google tells Welsh firms they are losing business without web presence" - more information
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of our customers and friends!
For your information here are Delwedd's opening hours over Christmas and the New year:
Closing at 12:00 noon Friday 23/12/11 until Tuesday 03/01/2012.
Please note that urgent support will be available (24*7*365) by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you very much for your custom and support during the year from everyone at Delwedd.
The Total is in! Relay For Life Gwynedd & Môn raised an incredible £32,829.06 for Cancer Research UK, with Delwedd's team raising £2,585.43!
Thank you very much to all of our customers and friends who donated - with the money raised you really have made a difference!
Congratulations to one of our customers, Tarian Cyf, on receiving an award from Welsh language campaign group, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg, for offering an exceptional Welsh language service to the public.
Click here to download the article as a pdf.
We're pleased to announce that we'll be taking part in Cancer Research UK's Gwynedd and Anglesey Relay For Life again this year! With your help we raised a fantastic £2,006.44 last year, and hope to do just as well this year! Click the link below to sponsor us - any donation you can give makes a huge difference!
Delwedd featured in Menter Iaith Newsletter: click here
Congratulations to one of our customers, Anglesey Sea Zoo, on being featured in the Daily Post on August 17th, 2010.
Dot.Cymru by Paul Scott
“But while You Tube, Facebook, Wikipedia and itunes are recognised around the world, there are multitudes of smaller websites that offer a more local perspective on everything from business to sport and leisure.
Here we’ve trawled the legions of sites to pick out some of the best on the web with a North Wales slant”
www.angleseyseazoo.co.uk (Listed in the 14 featured)
“Anglesey Sea Zoo’s site boasts many pictures and videos of its weird and wonderful creatures. The website carries ticket information and other visitor details. There are games kids and teachers can even download educational tools.”
DELWEDD SPONSOR A NEW WEBSITE FOR CANCER RESEARCH UK RELAY FOR LIFE GWYNEDD & ANGLESEY
Every year Delwedd design and build a website for free for a local good cause. This year we have chosen Cancer Research UK Relay For Life Gwynedd and Anglesey to sponsor in this way. Please take a look at their website - it would be great if you could help this event. Alternatively you can donate by clicking here or by clicking the justgiving widget on the left to help Team Delwedd to reach their target!
To view this event in the press, click here
DELWEDD SHORTLISTED FOR GWYNEDD BUSINESS AWARDS
Delwedd were shortlisted in the 2009 Gwynedd Business Awards. ...more
01.03.09 ~ Welsh language websites free of charge!
Meri Huws, Chair of the Welsh Language Board, said: “I congratulate Delwedd on offering this new service, and am certain that it will be warmly welcomed by their customers.
“Research shows that people appreciate Welsh or bilingual service, and are more likely to trust those services. Websites are a fantastic shop window for businesses and organisations, and as people become more confident in using Welsh medium technology, there is an increasing need for bilingual websites.”
19.01.09 ~ "Sales figures highlight growth of the UK's online retail sector" - Business Strata - more
11.01.09 ~ "Businesses should embrace the web as the high street feels the pinch" - Andrew Stone, Sunday Times
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That's all fabulous, thank you all very much. I'm really pleased!" Ann Alston, Tyddyn Iolyn Farmhouse.