Web design and hosting

Since 2000 when Angie received a Millennium Award for a recycling project she has been involved with various web projects. Some have included full design aspects while other projects have been updating or maintaining web pages or websites or social media.  Angie has also advised on information content for websites. Angie’s first full website design project was over 20 years ago!  At the current time designing takes place in WordPress and much more……

Weatherheads Web also offer just hosting for those looking to maintain their own websites. We currently host over 15 websites.

What makes Weatherheads Web unique is the belief in working with the customer all the way through a project. We believe that the customer can manage their own website after it goes fully live and full training is given to make this happen. We offer the option for a small business to have a brochure site with an email address which really matches up with a domain name. We can set up all this and more.

For a discussion about ANY project please get in touch.

Current/recent work:

Roots Community Enhancement – 2021 –

Sunflower Bunch 2020 –

Shaldon Festival website – content updates only not design 2019 – .

Dawlish Choral Society 2018 –

Dawlish Art Group 2018 –

Shaldon Village – Local and Tourist Information 2018 –

Open DAW (Dawlish Community Information Centre) 2018 to closure 2021 – design

Castaway Devon (2015-) Redesign April 2018 –

Publicity, digital quiz and social media content – Dawlish Walking Festival April/May 2017 (Sustrans) and 2018 (along with project assistance to the organisers).

Since late 2014 to 2019 – Content updates on the combined  Love Dawlish and Love Teignmouth websites and social media platforms with training and management of volunteers – (Teignmouth and Dawlish CIC)

Dawlish Women’s Institute Facebook page (from April 2018 to 2019)

Zulu Battlefield Tours website – short term advertising (2017)

Dawlish Celebrates Carnival (2017-) and social media platforms, publicity, IT and admin support since 2016.

Alice Cross Centre (launch March 2017- and ongoing support)

Exeter University Club Exeter Branch – launch December 2016 – and ongoing support)

IC2A  (launched 6th June 2016 and ongoing)

Dawlish U3A (launched 6th June 2016 – content now maintained by volunteers. Redesign work in 2020 by Angie and continuing support)

Dawlish World War One Project (2016- )

Ians Dog Walkies (2016-)

Butterfly Community Arts and Craft (2015 and 2016 – organisation dissolved)

Ducky Delish (2015 to 2019)

Website, e-newsletters and social media updates – various ongoing