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Circles South West launch their new website

Here at Circles South West we're terribly excited to be able to finally launch our very own website. After a lot of hard work and a lot of consideration of what you need to know about us, we're proud to say we are now going live.

This year we have been working with the company The Group of Seven to update our printed information, with them creating a unique template that we now are taking forward into our online identity. As with any new material it was important to tie it all together so that we’re instantly recognisable to people.

With that in mind they also created us a wonderful new website. Whilst Circles UK had kindly donated us space for all these years, it felt time to take that important step forward and have a website all of our own.

Our volunteer coordinator, Lucy Graham, who has had a key role in seeing the project to fruition said:

“When thinking about what we wanted to achieve we wanted something functional, informative and attractive that would not only explain who we are and what we do but also be able to reach more people – both potential volunteers and be a key resource for professionals looking to refer people.”

Our new site does just that with explanations of who we are and what we do, right down to meeting the staff and being able to apply to volunteer online.

Referrers can find key information on how to refer Core Members and other professional can also browse how our training might help them.

Going forward we hope to add a ‘members only’ section for our volunteers along with being able to catch up with all your CSW happenings right here on the news page. And if you’re a busy bee then don’t hesitate to sign up for our newsletter; which will include all of the last 3 months of news stories in one handy e-mail.

We hope you enjoy the new website and don’t hesitate to get in touch using our new contact page if there’s something you think we should be covering or you’d like to chat with us.

Our Funders

CirclesSW
CirclesSW
Sustainability and corporate responsibility 'more aspiration than reality' in sector | Third Sector https://t.co/zuURr0Cm8Y
25 April 2019
CirclesSW
CirclesSW
Ensuring the voluntary sector’s role in the future probation model https://t.co/Swc5jSVIOt via @ClinksTweets
22 April 2019
CirclesSW
CirclesSW
22 April 2019