Welcome to the website/blog for the valley. Here you will find a regular stream of news and updates about things that are going on where we live as well as reports and articles about things that may affect you where you live.
NEWS AND INFORMATION: Click here or on the photo below to shortcut straight to our new-stream.
This is new – so please bare with us as we build things up and add more information. Spot any mistakes or anything wrong then please get in touch and let us know.
We NEED you! If you spot a story or important issue relating to the area that we may have missed then get in touch using Facebook, Twitter or by sending us an e-mail (email@example.com). We won’t necessarily hear about everything that is happening or have had time to post it yet, but we will do our best. If you tell us about it, we will try and get it online here quickly.
Want to write News Stories for us? We are looking for enthusiastic people who regularly use Facebook and like writing short articles to help write for us as local reporters. We are looking for people who live on the valley and no previous experience is necessary. Training provided.
Important information to know…
- This site/blog is run jointly by the Woodgate Valley Community Association (our local residents group, find out more HERE), and by Tom Milton our local Community Worker. It is a news feed of up-to-date information about our local area and designed to be fun and interactive for everyone within our community.
- We have rules about what we write about and how other people comment on our material, find them HERE.
- As mentioned above we do recruit local residents to post on this blog, do get in touch if you’re interested.
Finally, thanks for stopping in on our site. We would love it if you’d Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter. You’ll get up-to-date information on your news-feed in return. In addition, please invite your Facebook friends locally to like us so they can join in too. You can also share any of our posts with your friends so they can comment and be involved.