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Great work Brett, but I doubt that facebrook thing will ever catch on! ;)

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Also managed to get the twitter account up and running so anyone that uses twitter please let them know ;)

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...and if you haven't tried Bedlington.co.uk on your smartphone then you should! It's bang up to date with current mobile browser technology, looks quite different from the normal desktop/laptop edition, and is very easy to navigate. Save a link on your phone's home screen right now!

Even better join in and help make our town's website even better. There are dozens of ways you can contribute, and dozens of ways you (or your businesses) can benefit from truly local not-for-profit Internet!

Bedlington.co.uk - constantly building a better website to benefit our local community.

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