Add Content to this Website
Add an event or article to the website
Please feel free to request an event, article or photos be added to our website. Please ensure that it fits in with the purposes of the website. Suitability will be judged by the administrators. Email one of the content administrators by clicking on their names below.
Adopt a Slot
Are you submitting a lot of material to a particular section? Would it make sense for you to become a website administrator? If an Eversden person with an interest in anything local (e.g. history, produce, business links or anything really), wished to make regular contributions to the website, it would make sense if he or she became a content administrator. Contact Ollie for further details by clicking on his name below.
Ollie Scognamiglio is the website administrator. He has set up the website and will watch over its growth and development. The website is his gift to the villages.
The content administrators are the password-holders who can contribute material directly into a section of the website. It will be the content administrators’ task to feed the website with material you provide.
Karen Easey, the Clerk to the Parish Council, will post Parish Council agendas, minutes, and news.
Shelagh Bidwell is empowered to add photo albums for the varied sections. She will depend mainly on others providing photographs which she will package and post with the appropriate links.
Charles Fraser has access to enter material relating to the churches.
Liz Coyle has access to keep us informed about Recreation Ground developments and news. She will also collect and publish young people’s reports on the Connections Bus.
The Black family (Tiggy & Stuart) will be our link with events at Comberton Village College.
Reply to contributors
Want to respond? Feel free to contact by email any one of the Administrators by clicking on their name above.
If a blog is your bag, why not share it with the Eversdens? Send your link in for the Administrator to add to the list.
Dominic Shelley (archaeology) – http://bournvalley.wordpress.com
Carolyn Alexander (poetry) - http://india-jays-poems.blogspot.co.uk