Thanet Community Support Partnership (TCSP) have had a website with Broadbiz over 5 years and we are proud to announce the new website redesign. You can visit their website at www.thanetcommunitysupport.org.
Before & After
Screenshot of the previous TCSP website
Screenshot of the TCSP website after the redesign.
Thanet Community Support Partnership is a project managed and hosted by Thanet Volunteer Bureau. TCSP is a central point of contact representing a group of organisations who work together to support older people in a number of ways.
Not long before the Easter break we launched a brand new website for The Gap Project, based at Queens Road Baptist Church, Broadstairs
The Gap Project in Broadstairs is a vibrant and innovative charity serving the local community, using the fantastic facilities of Queens Road Baptist Church.
Here at Broadbiz we have just finished our development of www.thegapproject.co.uk, this site is one of our most dynamic and attractive sites.
Since our foundation in 2005, Broadbiz have consistently helped the local Broadstairs and woder Thanet community with a range of free or reduced priced websites. Take a look at our community pages and see whether we can help you or your organisation.
Broadbiz are delighted to announce the relaunch of the website for Ramsgate-based, Bridal Way.
Bridal Way is situated in West Cliff Road, Ramsgate and has earned a reputation as one of the finest bridal shops in Kent. You can now visit the website at www.bridalway.co.uk.
Screenshot of the Bridal Way website, making the most of some of the beautiful imagery available by Keeley.
Web Design by a Local Company
Keeley at Bridal Way was generally quite happy with her existing site but as it was managed by a company in the Midlands, she found it quite difficult to get it exactly the way she wanted and so searched out a local company.
As part of Broadbiz’s referral scheme, we were delighted last week to present a bottle of champagne to one of our first ever clients, Aquaread. Last year, Craig Harrison (shown below) had a very nice meal at Il Tricolore, Ramsgate but did notice that their website was down.
Craig Harrison from Aquaread being given a bottle of bubbly by Ian Lodge from Broadbiz for referring Il Tricolore
He mentioned to the team that Broadbiz were a local company that had helped Aquaread for a number of years and that they could help, so we got together. A few weeks later, Il Tricolore now have a new website which you can take a look at www.iltricoloreramsgate.co.uk.
Our Referral Scheme at Broadbiz
We believe that the best feedback that we can get comes in the form of a recommendation and so we run a referral scheme which just says “Thank You!”.
Bottles from Broadbiz to say Thank You – champagne, whiskey or vodka.
Join Us @ Broadbiz
If you think that you can make use of any of our services, then take a look at our website and if you know one of current clients, then go through them and they will get a little thank you!
Here is one we missed! A couple of weeks back, we launched a new website for Sue Fitzgerald, a fine artist based in Sandwich, Kent and you can take a look at it at www.suefitzgeraldfineart.co.uk.
Sue Fitzgerald has been exhibiting with The Catto Gallery for well over twenty years. Her work sells worldwide and she has a following of faithful collectors across the globe.
We have all been working hard on this site to make sure it presents her images in the best possible way.