Blogging on location – did it work for Hedon Blog? We hope so! We’re keen to hear from people who can tell us if they found out about the event via one of our #HedonBiker social media channels…
Make becoming a Hedon Blogger your New Year resolution! The best way to make sure that Hedon Blog covers the things that interest you is to write about them yourself – become one of our Blog authors…
Volunteers will help older people maintain contact with family and friends, to learn new skills and to provide the opportunity for them to access information from the internet that can be rewarding and enjoyable….
With some kind support (please!) – we hope to be able to offer a series of digital surgeries in July 2015
LOOKING for something on the Hedon Blog? Quite often your first step is to search using the Search facility (currently located at the top right of the Blog), however, this doesn’t always bring up what you are looking for.
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REGULARS visiting the Hedon Blog will know that we have recently changed the layout of the website. To limit the amount of scrolling you have to do, key features can now be found at the foot of the page. These include our Flickr Photos, Facebook Page, Information listing […]
NOT a particularly dramatic shot but a bit of a historic first! This is the first photo of a Hedon Town Council meeting published under the Government’s ‘right to report’ measures…
HEDON BLOG would like to thank its sponsors who enable us to pay towards our annual web bills. Without their support then the site would not be able to function in the format it does now. Whilst we do not do ‘advertising’ on the Hedon Blog (that is reserved […]
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL – usually more associated with traditional forms of communication like the Town Crier – is now on TWITTER. You can follow the latest announcements from the council at @hedontown01 via Twitter.
SUPERFAST BROADBAND connections for residents and businesses in Hedon look set to be rolled out next spring thanks to a campaign by the Town Mayor.
Hedon Mayor, Councillor John Dennis will update the Hedon Town Council tonight (Thurs 24th July 2014) with the news that the town will have KC’s Lightstream High Speed Broadband Service much earlier than was originally planned.