Village Website - Vacancy
It has been 10 years now since I set up this village website on behalf of the good people of Snarestone. Whilst one of the most appealing aspects of living in Snarestone is the fact that not much happens on a daily basis, there are still things going on with the Pantomime, the Tote Committee, village trips, duck races, Christmas parties, litter picks, parties in the park, fundraising events, school events, neighbourhood watch and of course, an active Church programme. All of these things benefit by being represented on this website, and it is with a heavy heart that I have to admit that I just don't have the time to give the site the attention it deserves anymore, and feel that it would benefit from a new lease of life under the guidance of a new owner.
The site has been mainly subsidised by our Parish Council, so it is not a financial drain to take on. What I believe it now needs is a new, more up to date method of publishing as the one used at present is getting dated, so if you have any experience of any publishing tools that would be a bonus. Obviously, there is a lot of content already accumulated over the years on this site, and I will be more than happy to pass on photographs etc so that some continuity onto a new site can be maintained, if preferred.
Its also worth remembering that it is the mix of people that makes our village so special, so it is important to try and adopt a 'neutral' style of journalism if at all possible! I have tried to avoid making this "My view of Snarestone" as it is still used as a reference by people coming to the village and it is also the first site in the Google list when searching for Snarestone.
If you think this is something that you would be able to take on, then please contact me at email@example.com
100Years Since the start of World War 1
To see the Men of Snarestone Lost in the 1st World War Click Here
Including details of the launch of the "Lest We Forget" book.
Pictures of Snarestone People. See Latest News
New Tote Committee Rota added in Useful Information
St Bartholomews Church pages updated : Click Here
Snarestone Panto Loses its Dear Friend, 'Tilly' Latest News
Harold and May Thorp Memorial Bench, See Latest News
There are recent updates to the Guest book, Gardening club and Allotments society pages
For Pictures from the Jubilee Party in the Park Click Here
Remembrance Sunday at the Memorial Click Here
Photographs of St Bartholomews Harvest displays Click Here
Pictures from the 2011 Village trip Click Here
Paul and Di raise money for the stroke association Click Here
Royal Wedding Celebration in the Village. See pictures here
Not so new......
Panto Pictures from this years Sleeping Beauty have Emerged! Click Here (27/4/11)
St Bartholomews Page Updated Click Here (10/1/11)
Parish Council Pages updated with latest Minutes. Parish Council (14/12/10)
Grand Christmas Raffle results here: Latest news (12/12/10)
Bonfire Night: Pictures from this years event. See Village Events (7/11/10)
"Keep 'em Peeled". See Notices in Neighbourhood Watch (4/11/10)
Snarestone Paddlers Marathon Fundraising Success! Click Here (12/7/10)
Final Total: £4070 has been raised for Cystic Fibrosis - Thank You
Summer Mystery Trip To Weston Super Mare Village Events (24/6/10)
Duck Race Results Latest news (09/5/10)
Pictures in Village Events (09/5/10)
Litter Pick "Thank You" Latest news (17/3/10)
More Panto Pictures added Panto Pages (2/3/10)
Cold Snap hits Snarestone Snow (12/1/10)
Bonfire Night Village Events (9/11/09)
Be on your Guard! See Notices in Neighbourhood Watch (9/11/09)
Latest Bin Collection Rotas added Useful Information (12/10/09)
Minorca Opencast Mine: Snarestone's Parish Council letter click here (4/10/09)
Village summer Mystery Trip Village Events(9/7/09)
New Allotments Society Pages added Allotments (27/05/09)
Snarestone Easter Duck Race, See Village Events (13/04/09)
Village Pantomime pictures added Panto Pages (22/2/09)
Update on This years Litter Pick Latest news (17/03/09)
Garden Group Programme for 2009 added Garden Group (2/2/09)
Grand Christmas Prize draw results 2008 Latest news (14/12/08)
Tote Committee Lights up Snarestone Latest news (7/12/08)
12th Night Party at the Church. See Latest news (3/12/08)
Read the Parish Council's Autumn Newsletter Click Here (26/10/08)
Halloween Visitors Frequent The Globe! Latest news (31/10/08)
New Neighbourhood Watch Page Added Neighbourhood Watch (16/10/08)
The Tale of the Snarestone Murder of 1856 added to history
Dog Control Orders. Latest news
The Globe Opening Hours and Spring Menu The Globe
Easter Pictures inside St Bartholomews added St. Bartholomews (25/03/08)
To Coincide with Remembrance Sunday, and through the kindness and co-operation of the Clamp and O'Grady families following the sad passing of Jim Clamp, we have some memories of those local men of Snarestone and Swepstone who lost their lives in World War 1. Click here for more.
We have a Guest Book, should you wish to leave any messages, or just say you've visited the site!
About Snarestone and this site
Snarestone is small village situated between Ashby de-la-Zouch and Twycross, North West Leicestershire, in the East Midlands of England. It has a Church, a Primary School, two Public Houses, a Blacksmiths, a farm shop and is currently also the terminus of the Ashby Canal.
This site is produced and maintained by the villagers of Snarestone. It is a non-profit making site, funded primarily by the Parish Council, and has been developed for the use of the villagers, visitors to Snarestone or anyone else who has an interest in the village.
Thanks to Appleby Online for their assistance in setting up this site.
Visits since mid September,
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