Partnership launches website

Rye Partnership home page

The directors are delighted to announce the launch of our new website on Monday, April 26, as with a modern and easy to use website, we wanted to ensure it is a reflection of the work that Rye Partnership has undertaken and aspires to undertake in the future.

Our goal with our new website is to provide our visitors with an easy way to learn about the role of the Rye Partnership within the local community, the facilities and services we offer, and how you can stay in touch with us including hearing our latest news.

We are very pleased that we have been able to work with a small marketing company to design a website that is easy to use and has been created to give up to date information and news on our current and planned projects to the whole of the community. Our website plays an important part of our strategy to ensure we have improved lines of communication with our community.

We have also created a dedicated membership area that will allow us to publish important information specifically for our members, providing an important additional communications channel.

Featuring progress on current projects

We now have an active news page where we can feature press releases and case studies highlighting progress on current and planned projects.

Among the new features the site contains integrated social media buttons for Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin to foster improved communication with community stakeholders, visitors to our website, and our members. We will be constantly updating our content with helpful information,  announcements and community successes – and visitors can also sign up for our Rye Partnership newsletter.

Importantly, we can now feature our rooms for hire at Tilling Green, with an easy-to-use online booking form and information about charges and facilities.

For further information on becoming a member please visit our membership page or email

[Editor’s note: This press release failed to give the address of the new site:  Browsers warn that the connection to the site is not secure as the site does not have a certificate.  As a result information entered on the site will not be securely sent to the server and may be intercepted or seen by others. Update: a certificate was installed a few hours after this article was published, see the first comment below.]

Image Credits: Rye Partnership .



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