Posted by Neil on Friday, 28 May 2010 at 12:54:56
Filed under: Announcements, Lymm, Site Developments, General
All e-mail addresses are unique? Yeah Right!
How about something a little closer to home?
LymmVillage.co.uk has launched a new system providing you with the ability to register a truly personalised eMail address.
Fed up of listing off your mammoth eMail address firstname.lastname@example.org? Or maybe you find it difficult to remember email@example.com? Well LymmVillage.co.uk’s new system provides you with the easiest and simplest of e-mail addresses available:
Benefits of the Email System
What’s more, there are some additional benefits to your new WebMail system. Including:
- Access your eMail from anywhere in the world without any set-up.
- Build your own Address Book. The Address book allows you to import contacts.
- Anti Virus eMail filtering.
- No Spam.
- Calendar feature.
- Task Manager.
- Auto Response feature.
- Mail Redirection feature.
Sign up today
We are offering this service completely free of charge! Available on a first come, first served basis. Sign up online today by emailing Neil with your name i.e. john.smith@LymmVillage.co.uk. Alternatively phone 01925 752605 and we will get you up and running in no time.
Please note as this is a free service we cannot offer support.
Screen shots of the WebMail system
Tags: free email, web email
Posted by Sarah on Monday, 12 April 2010 at 19:14:00
Filed under: Events, Fundraising
Egerton Group Women's Institute Hosts Calendar Girls Event at Lymm High School
On Saturday, 10 April, which was a lovely sunny Spring day, over 150 ladies gathered together with some excitement at Lymm High School to see and listen to three of the “original Calendar Girls”.
The ladies were not disappointed. The Calendar Girls, which included Angela whose husband’s death was the reason they made the calendar, spoke for almost an hour and their talk was both interesting and very amusing.
The event was organised by Egerton Group WI which consists of five WI’s in the Lymm, Thelwall and High Legh area. Linda Cram, Egerton Group Co-ordinator and Liz Wellbelove, President of Heatley WI co-hosted the event and the sum of £500 was also donated to Leukemia Research.
The Women’s Institute is the largest women’s organisation in the UK and they celebrated their 90th anniversary in 2005. You can join your local WI by contacting your local group or by contacting the Women's Institute for more information.
Tags: egerton, womens institute, calendar girls, fundraising, leukemia research
Posted by Sarah on Monday, 05 April 2010 at 14:44:00
Filed under: Events, Entertainment, Village centre
2010 Lymm & District Round Table Duck Race
The Easter Monday of the 2010 Lymm Duck Race dawned a little cloudy, but this wasn’t enough to put off enthusiastic Duck Race entrants who came to Lymm in their hundreds to take part in the annual Lymm & District Round Table Duck Race today.
Delayed but not dampened
The start of the race was slightly delayed but this didn’t dampen the spirits of the duck racers who cheered the ducks on down the Dingle. The brave yellow ducks needed a little help towards the finishing line, but finally three little ducks made it!
The winning numbers were:
- 1st Prize of £100 – duck 533
- 2nd Prize of £50 – duck 514
- 3rd Prize of £25 – duck 580
Lymm & District Round Table sold in excess of 3,600 ducks this year to raise money for charities which will include the Shannon Boam Appeal, St John’s Ambulance (who provided assistance at this year’s Duck Race)and the Oughtrington Community Hall Roof Appeal amongst others.
The Lymm Ladies Circle also sold in excess of 380 balloons, all of which were set free today, to raise funds for charities including Rethink, the leading national mental health membership charity, the Lymm Youth Club and the Petty Pool Trust.
Tags: duck race 2010
Posted by Neil on Thursday, 11 March 2010 at 00:00:00
Filed under: Announcements, Site Developments, General
View Lymm at street level
Google has expanded its Street View feature to cover 96% of the roads in the UK. From today, British users of the virtual mapping service will be able to view 360 degree images of 238,000 miles of public road and thoroughfares, from Cornwall to the Shetlands.
Integration with LymmVillage.co.uk
We have already integrated this feature into LymmVillage.co.uk! You can see it in action when viewing the following sections:
How it works
St Wilfrids Church in Grappenhall is a great example of this new functionality in action. When viewing a map, simply look underneath to see the Street View. You can navigate by double clicking, or clicking and dragging on the Street View. Alternatively click once the map above to move to a new location - all the roads in blue are covered by Google Street View.
If you have any problems please leave a comment below and we'll respond straight away.
Tags: google, maps
Posted by Neil on Thursday, 18 February 2010 at 00:00:00
Filed under: Announcements, General
New webcam now online
We're pleased to announce web camera No. 7 went live on LymmVillage.co.uk today.
The location of the new camera is near the Bull pub, looking down the Bridgewater canal.
To view the camera simply head over to Lymm Webcams.
Do you have a view you would like to share?
If you have a great view of Lymm you'd like to share, then please contact us. LymmVillage.co.uk will supply all the necessary equipment and setup the camera at no cost to you.