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Bridgnorth Website Design
e64 has a passion for building eye catching websites in the Bridgnorth area. Our enthusiasm for what we do has grown each and every year, over the past 10 years in fact.
The growing number of businesses in the Bridgnorth area who have used e64 for their website design demonstrates our commitment and enthusiasm for providing excellent designs that really work. Our passion for building lasting relationships with our customers is why so many keep using e64 for their website design.
Because we're small we can easily adapt and change to meet the demands your business will encounter, and being based in the Bridgnorth area it means we are local to you, so it's easy and convenient to arrange a meeting about your project, or a quick review and discussion about how you could adapt your website design to generate more business and better reflect the ever changing shape of your business.
Working with e64
You can work with e64 confident we will be a long term partner to your business, bringing with us a wealth of experience and offering on-going, up to date advice and information to benefit your business.
You need to be able to focus on your business and not worry if you're missing out on something that could benefit your website, and this is why we make sure we keep up to date with all the latest web technologies and techniques. This way we can offer your knowledgeable, sound advice when it's required.
To find out how e64 can help build and develop the online presence for your business, contact us now. We are more than happy at any time to talk to you about or services, and how we can use them to ensure you get the most from your website.
Alternatively if you would like to read more about our services or review some of our customer testimonials, please browse the rest of our website using the links above, where you'll find plenty of useful information. We also have an e64 blog that is updated regularly that you may also find useful.
Our commitment to you
Your website is a permanent advertisement for your business, reflecting your culture and what your main goals are. It is fundamental that this is right, and that it presents your business in the right way.
As website designers in the Bridgnorth area means we are easy to get to, easy to talk to, and our broad experience means we know what we're talking about.
There are many reasons why you would choose a website designer in the Bridgnorth area, here are a few of them:
- We're in the Bridgnorth area, so a meeting is never too far away.
- A small team of dedicated, focused website design professionals working with you.
- We are happy to discuss how to make the most from your site at any time, without obligation.
- Our specialties include:
- Website Design
- Complete eCommerce Solutions
- Search Engine Optimisation
- Google AdWords
- Website Programming
- Data Driven Websites
- Discuss your project with the team members working on it.
- Quick answers, quick results and quick turnaround times.
- Stunning website designs, professional created.
The requirements of website design have moved on significantly, no more so than in the Bridgnorth area, and the benefits it can provide your business are substantial.Getting the right message across to your website visitors has never been more important, and we work with you to ensure that your website becomes a highly effective communications tool working for your business 24/7.
Bridgnorth is named after a bridge over the River Severn, that was built further north than an earlier bridge at Quatford. The earliest historical reference to the town is in 895, at which time it is recorded that the Danes created a camp at Cwatbridge, and subsequently in 912, Æthelfleda constructed a mound on the west bank of the River Severn, or possibly on the site of Bridgnorth Castle, as part of an offensive against the Danes.
After the Norman Conquest, William the Conqueror granted the manor of Bridgnorth to Roger de Montgomerie. The town itself was not created until 1101, when Robert de Belesme, the son of Roger de Montgomerie, moved from Quatford, constructing a castle and church on the site of the modern-day town. The castle's purpose was to defend against attacks from Wales. On Robert's attainder, in 1102 the town became a royal borough. Bridgnorth's town walls were initially constructed in timber between 1216 and 1223; murage grants allowed them to be upgraded to stone between the 13th and 15th centuries. By the 16th century, the antiquarian John Leland reported them in ruins and of the five gates, only one survives today.
Inscription on Bridgnorth Museum, commemorating the deliberate destruction of the town by royalist forces, commanded by Sir Thomas Wolryche of Dudmaston Hall.
It is probable that Henry I granted the burgesses certain privileges, for Henry II confirmed to them all the franchises and customs which they had in the time of Henry I. King John in 1215 granted them freedom from toll throughout England except the city of London, and in 1227 Henry III conferred several new rights and liberties, among which were a gild merchant with a hanse. These early charters were confirmed by several succeeding kings, Henry VI granting in addition Assize of Bread and Ale and other privileges. The burgesses returned two members to parliament in 1295, and continued to do so until 1867, when they were assigned only one member. The burgesses were additionally granted two fairs: a yearly fair on the feast of the Translation of St. Leonard[disambiguation needed ] and three following days was granted in 1359, and in 1630, Charles I granted them licence to hold another fair on the Thursday before the first week in Lent and two following days. The town was disfranchised in 1885. In 1961 the RAF initial recruit training unit was at Bridgnorth.