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Wyre Forest Website Design
e64's reputation for providing stunning website design for businesses in the Wyre Forest area has grown for over 10 years, and we get more passionate and enthusiastic each year we do it.
The growing number of businesses in the Wyre Forest 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.
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 Wyre Forest 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.
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Choosing a new supplier to partner with can be a time consuming process, which is why we work hard to make sure we build a long a productive relationship with you. Being a small business we can modify our procedures to match your business needs so we can always achieve your goals.
The speed in which our industry changes can be breath-taking, and it's a full time job to keep up to date with everything - which is what we do. We can then make sure we can advise you effectively to ensure you're getting the very most from your website.
To find out how e64 can help build and develop the online presence for your business, contact us now. We will happily discuss your requirements and goals, and go through how you can make best use of the website to achieve them..
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As you know, your website says a lot about your business, what you offer, what you believe in, your passion and your customer service; so we think it's important to get it right.
Being based in the Wyre Forest area it is very easy to get together to discuss your website design and benefit from the broad experience we can bring to your site.
Here are just some of the benefits of choosing a website designer local to Wyre Forest:
- Meet at our Wyre Forest area office, or we can come to you
- We specialise in website design, and our team will be dedicated to your website.
- We can tell you openly and honestly what works, and what doesn't, so you can make effective decisions.
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- Direct access to the people working on your website.
- Quick answers, quick results and quick turnaround times.
- Stunning website designs, professional created.
Website design goals for businesses across Wyre Forest have become more demanding, and can offer greater benefits to business than ever before.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.
This historic extent of the Wyre Forest is debatable. Leaflets distributed in recent times have included Eymore Wood, in Kidderminster Foreign on the opposite bank of the River Severn, but that was merely a tract of woodland belonging to the Worcester Cathedral. Another view is that once it stretched from Worcester to Bridgnorth but the west bank, but that is almost certainly too great. Strictly Wyre Forest was not a forest at all, but a chase of the Mortimer family, who had the title Earl of March from 1328. It belonged to their manor and liberty of Cleobury Mortimer. Legally, only the crown can have a forest, a subject could only have chases.
How far north the Mortimer family's hunting rights extended is debatable, but it may have included the whole area in south east Shropshire of which they were overlords at the time of Domesday Book. While they may have had hunting rights there, much of the woodland in fact belonged to other manors, such as Upper Arley and Kinlet. A large tract of woodland on the north side of the Dowles Brook was Kingswood, a detached township of the parish of Stottesdon. The town of Bewdley, a Mortimer foundation, may have been cut out of the forest. Far Forest was until recent times part of the borough of Bewdley, though separated from the rest of it by New Parks, which were in Rock parish. Most rights to land in the forest belonged to these medieval manors.
The rights of the Mortimer family passed to the crown as a result of the accession of Edward IV, who was (amongst other things) previously Earl of March to the crown. Its description as 'forest' probably dates from that period.
The extent of woodland two to three centuries ago was probably similar to that today. The manor of Cleobury Mortimer was alienated in the 16th century, leaving the crown only with the manor of Bewdley and Far Forest. Historical references to the Wyre Forest in this period seem to relate to this rather smaller area owned by the crown. In fact the crown's involvement was slight as its rights were leased to local gentlemen. One series of leases related to the manor of Bewdley, but another concerned something called the 'Wyre Forest'. This may have related to Far Forest, but that is not clear.
In the 17th century and 18th century, the forest was intensively managed as coppice to provide cordwood for the production of charcoal. The charcoal was used to fuel iron forges at Cleobury Mortimer, and at Wilden and elsewhere in the Stour valley. These supplied iron from manufacture into finished iron goods mainly in the Black Country. Charcoal burning continued into the 20th century.
A branch off the Severn Valley Railway known as the "Tenbury Line" once ran through the Wyre Forest. It broke off the main line north of Bewdley and crossed the River Severn at Dowles Bridge, the piers of which still remain. The main track has long been dismantled but survives in the form of a well known walking route through the forest on the level trackbed.