All about the East Preston Village website

Why we created this website

This website was originally set up by three local businessmen, who want to create a "one stop shop" for everything in the village of East Preston.

The village has a population of around 5500 and the idea of the website is to try and match the requirements of local people to the services and products that are to be found in the village. We want to keep the pound (£) in the village as much as possible.

There are many clubs, societies, charities, a cinema, brilliant summer and winter festivals, social clubs, sports clubs and a thriving business community that all work hard to provide the local population with lots of choice.

The East Preston Village website

The website was built by, and is run by, Graham and Liz Street at Streets Ahead, who also provide the website hosting and email services. The website design is by Joanna Greenlees at Pixie Doodle. Joanna and Graham both live in East Preston - and when they work together on websites they do it under the name of Street Doodle.

The photos at the top of pages on this site are supplied by Bob Billinghurst, Anni Stevens and Graham Street. Bob's website is at www.refinedimages.co.uk. Anni's cards and photos are available for sale at Hedgers Newsagent in East Preston. You can contact Graham at the East Preston Village website via the contact form.

The East Preston Village website originally started as a joint venture between Richard Jones (Shortcut Barbers), Colin Bradshaw (The Sussex Victuallers), and Graham Street (Streets Ahead).

Do you want to contribute to this site?

If you have photos that you have taken and that you'd like to contribute for use on this website, please contact Graham. If you have an article, or a suggestion for something to be included, please contact Graham or Liz. You can use the contact form.

To add some NEWS, an EVENT, your BUSINESS or ORGANISATION, please click here.

Give us your thoughts

What do you think of our site? We're continually building the content of course, and we want to be developing the site so that it meets the needs of the local community. Let us know what you think by contacting us or filling in a FEEDBACK form.