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Website Report August 2015

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Visitors to the site are once again up. We had a new record in May of 1,766 visitors and are now averaging at a little over 1,500 a month.

Unfortunately, there's still very few users submitting their content and so the website is not as 'alive' as it could be. There have been many searches on the site for groups which exist in the parish, but unfortunately the information for the groups has not yet been added. It is very simple to add content and help is at hand if you need it (contact webmaster@stmargarets-church.co.uk).

Thank you and Good Luck Becca

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It is with much sadness that we have to inform you that Rebecca our Catechist, will be leaving us in August to take up a post as a Teacher’s Assistant.

We thank her for all that she has done throughout her time here and wish her every happiness in the future.

Introducing Facebook Login

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You can now login to the St Margaret's Website using your Facebook account. Simply click on the Facebook login button at the top, or go to the login page and click on "Register/Login with FB". This prevents the need to remember another password and makes it super quick to sign up on the website.

Lenten Project 2015

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Our Lenten Project 2015 will be for "Open Arms Malawi".

Result of last weekends voting:

  • Open Arms Malawi- 173 votes
  • SPEAR UK- 130 votes
  • Spoilt votes- 3 votes
  • 306 votes cast

The unsuccessful charity SPEAR are invited to re-submit their charity for the Lenten Project in 2016

There will be a Short Meeting in the Library on Sunday, 22 February 11.45am to discuss and coordinate events. See http://www.stmargarets-church.co.uk/events/co-ordination-lenten-project-2015-events.

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