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Droitwich Website Design
e64 has been providing website design in the Droitwich area for over 10 years and our enthusiasm and passion for designing stunning websites keeps growing each year.
The experience we have in website design is evident in the number of loyal customers we have in Droitwich and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to develop a long standing relationship with each of our customers, relationships that have proven time and again to be beneficial to both e64 and the customer.
As a small website design company we are able to adapt and change to make sure we can always achieve your goals and react to the ever changing needs of your business. We know how important it is to have a good relationship with your suppliers, so being local to the Droitwich area we welcome any opportunity to meet up and discuss how we can help you make better use of the Web and Internet to generate more leads or sales, and to become more efficient with your business using web-based tools.
How e64 will benefit you
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.
We use the latest technologies and techniques where they add benefit to you, and ignore those that don't, in doing so we keep up with all the latest changes in our industry so we can then pass on the information that matters to you and has a positive impact on your business.
Contact e64 now to discover how we can help you promote your business online and make your website work for you. We will happily discuss your requirements and goals, and go through how you can make best use of the website to achieve them..
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.
What can you expect from e64?
You never know who is looking at your website, so it's important to get it right. We understand that and we think of your website as we would our own, and work with you to make sure that it is a great advert for your business.
As website designers in the Droitwich 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 Droitwich area, here are a few of them:
- We're in the Droitwich area, so a meeting is never too far away.
- A small team of dedicated, focused website design professionals working with you.
- We can tell you openly and honestly what works, and what doesn't, so you can make effective decisions.
- Specialists in:
- Website Design
- eCommerce Website
- Search Engine Optimisation
- Pay per Click Advertising
- Bespoke Website Systems
- Data Driven Websites
- Direct access to the people working on your website.
- Fast and efficient turnaround times to meet any agreed timescale.
- Professional, unique and compelling website designs.
The benefits Droitwich area businesses are now getting from well-designed websites is growing each year, and the requirements are getting more and more demanding.We make sure that your website provides a solid communication tool to your customers, partners, prospects and visitors, and that the design reflects your company and brand.
Situated in the Worcestershire Plain in the Salwarpe River Valley 5 miles north of Worcester and some 23 miles South West of Birmingham sits Droitwich Spa. There is evidence of settlement here since the Iron age (200 AD) and the Romans had a strong presence here for over 400 years in a town called Salinae. It was the salt and brine that has made this location popular. The area around Droitwich sits on Triassic Marl and sandstone interlaced with beds of rock salt from which brine springs emerge these springs are up to ten times more concentrated than seawater. The Anglo Saxons carried on the salt workings and during the 7th and 8th Centuries the Mercian Kings and the Worcester Cathedral owned most of the salt rights.
King Athelstan (924939) designated Droitwich as a Mint for the production of coins during the reign of Edward the Confessor (10421066) the mint was one of only six in the country to be allowed to produce special coins. By the tine of the Norman Invasion Droitwich was Englands foremost producer of Salt and is the most frequently mentioned place in the Domesday Book. Salt continued to be produced until the late 19th century and into the early 20th until the finally closing in 1922.
It was during an outbreak of cholera in 1823 that the medicinal qualities of bathing in hot bring became apparent. A local man a Mr Gabb built the first Brine baths in 1836. John Corbett aquired the baths and built a second in 1888 called ST. Andrews Brine Baths. John Corbett was a leading personalitily during the 19th century he built a Louis XIII style house for his wife Anna Eliza OMeara who had been educated in France. This house still stands as the Chateau Impney Hotel sited to the north of the town and well worth a visit. The brine baths became famous for the treating of rhumatic and arthritic problems. The Royal Brine Bath closed in the 1930s and the St. Andrews Bath in 1975. A new bath complex was open in 1985 attached to a private Hospital but which is also open to the public.
The River Salwarpe had been used for the transportation of salt but with flooding in the winter and low water in the summer was not always reliable. In 1762 the great canal builder James Brindley met with the sale producers to plan a canal from Droitwich to the River Seven this was compleated in 1771. The canal was in use until 1915 the salt workings ceased in 1922 and the canal was legally discontinued in 1939. In 1973 the Droitwich Canal Trust was formed with the aim of restoring the canal and hope to reopen in 2009.
As befits a town with a long history Droitwich has a wealth of historic buildings. As mentioned the Chateau Impney Hotel is just one of a host of architectural gems all worthy of a viewing St. Richards House with the frontage of the old Brine Baths The Raven Hotel built during the reign of Elizabeth the First and the church of St. Nicholas where Judge Jeffreys was said to have held one of his infamous Assizes in 1685 to name just a few.
With a Market every Friday and a host of Resaurants Pubs and Hotels Droitwich is a historic place well worth a visit.