About my websites
Like so many people who enjoy photography, I began to look for ways of sharing my pictures. I had an IT friend who showed me some of the basics of html. After just one short lesson, I was hooked on the idea of writing my own. The learning process was almost as much fun as the photography and, like image making, it can take a lifetime to perfect. I design and maintain a number of sites, and although my own was the first I ever made, it is probaby updated the least frequently. I have made several other sites, some of which are represented here.
I am available for website commissions and would welcome the opportunity to discuss the design and build of your own site.
If you are interested, please Contact me
Dave and Mark Kay are lifelong motorcycling enthusiasts who began making replacement parts for their classic bikes after the manufacturing plant closed in Italy. Their engineering skills and considerable knowledge meant that their bikes were presented in immaculate condition at race meetings and they won many victories. The services of their company MV Meccanica Verghera Ltd are in constant demand as they can make replacement parts for classic MV Agusta road bikes, MV Grand Prix and Gilera Grand Prix bikes. As a tribute to Enzo Ferrari, Dave designed and made the world's only Ferrari motorcycle, for which he earned the congratulations of the Ferrari family. The website celebrates their illustrious history and offers parts, servicing, repairs and kits for classic bikes. Its a very good read!
The Bromyard Veterinary Surgery is headed up by Martin and Kerry Flamank. Their business specialises in the high quality care of companion animals in the heart of Herefordshire.
The Davies family run The Granary, a bed and breakfast business in their home at Llanhennock. Situated in a peaceful rural locatiion near the Celtic Manor Hotel, The Granary offers a quiet retreat for those working away from home, as well as a great place to spend a holiday.
It caters for single visitors as well as families and many clients return year after year.
Check out the website here
The ICBP Duncombe is a new birds of prey centre situated in the expansive parkland of Duncombe House in Helmsley, Yorkshire. Headed up by Charlie Heap, it is a branch of the world renowned International Centre for Birds of Prey in Newent, Gloucestershire. It features a large collection of diverse raptors, including huge eagles and vultures. Three flying demonstrations are the highlight of the day and, along with the opportunity to see a stately home, it represents a wonderful day out.