Local support organisation Safer and Supportive Salisbury have unveiled a new website.
The site at Safersalisbury.org.uk provides information about projects being undertaken by the group and signposts the many sources of information and support offered by local organisations involved in the network. The site tells visitors ‘Who we are’ and includes information of the steering group members as well as the wider network.
Salisbury’s ‘Safe Places’ are featured, as one of SaSS’s first initiatives. Under ‘Making a Difference’, projects such as the Dementia Feasibility Study, Hidden Figures and the Get Connected project are highlighted.
There is also a ‘What’s on’ page, a ‘News’ section and a link to sign up to the SaSS newsletter.
Anne Trevett, Chair of SaSS said: “We hope that local people will find the information on our website interesting and helpful. We worked with Mike Wade of local company Wadedigital to develop a brand identity and new website for SaSS and we are delighted with the result. Mike really understands what we are seeking to do to support local people in practical ways, and he has helped us to develop a style which we feel really showcases our activities well.”
Mike Wade said: “Working with the Steering Group at Safer and Supportive Salisbury has been a real pleasure. We were keen to create a user-friendly informative website that helps raise awareness of what SaSS offers and to ensure the volunteers were able to update the website themselves post-launch.”