Date:Tuesday June 27 2006
If you go to the Clarets Trust URL www.claretstrust.co.uk you should now be taken to their new realunched and up to date website
Here is a message about it, note also the intention to introduce a dedicated Clarets Trust messageboard
Welcome to the new look Clarets Trust website. Not only will you notice a change in the overall look of the site, but you will hopefully find this incarnation of the Trust web-site a lot simpler to use. Keep reading to find out what we have changed and why...
Now, we haven't simply changed the whole site just to keep you on your toes and we certainly haven't only changed the aesthetics of the site [aren't they lovely by the way!?!]. The whole environment of the site has changed and that should enable us to keep in touch with our members better and eradicate any possible problems with sending out Newsletters or important announcements to yourselves. This change in environment also allows us to expand and bring new features to the site.
You may notice that the Members section has dissapeared, as we felt this section did not really benefit our members. However, we have added a new method of joining the Trust. From now on all Clarets Trust memberships will be processed on a yearly rolling basis. That means that if you join the Trust today, you will be required to renew your membership in exaclty a years time. This avoids the mass of renewals at the end of the year and gives everyone a fair opportunity to join the Trust, without the possibility of having a shorter membership period. You can still pay online using PayPal or by sending a cheque or a payment direct into our bank account. These details can be found by clicking on the link to the left entitled About Us.
This new way of joining the Trust also allows us to offer unique areas of the web-site to our members. We will shortly now also have a Message Board which is open to our members automatically. This will allow our Members to keep in touch with us and receive a response online or via email. Additional features will come online throughout next season so make sure you keep checking the web-site to see what is new.
Please provide feedback here. A lot of the old archived stuff from the original site will be transferred over in due course.
Date:Tuesday June 27 2006
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