Web design services
Foxearth IT Solutions offers website design and maintenance, based in Purley, Surrey
We've created and maintain a number of websites, mainly for voluntary groups associated with the LGBT community in Croydon and South London, and would be happy to quote for producing a site for your organisation.
Sites we've produced to date include the following:
LGBT Social and community groups
- Age of Diversity— campaigning for older LGBT people
- Allegro Music Group — gay classical music group
- Aurora — Croydon's LGBT Police Consultation Group
- CAGS (Croydon Area Gay Society)
- CHE (Campaign for Homosexual Equality).
- Croydon Trans Group
- GLAM (Gay, Lesbian and Mensan)
- LGBT Croydon — a portal for local LGBT groups
- LMG (London Monday Group)
- Merton LGBT Forum — for LGBT people in the London Borough of Merton
- Rainbow Reading Group — LGBT reading group in Croydon.
- Silver Rainbow — for older lesbian and gay people in and around Croydon
- SLAGO (Surrey and London Association of Gay Organisations)
- SLG (South London Gays)
In 2008, Ross created two social networking sites: lgbtcroydon.ning.com and lgbtlondon.ning.com. These had 103 and 215 members respectively when they were discontinued in August 2010 as a result of a change in the Ning company's pricing policy. Since then he has been assisting with the the new LGBT London website which has replaced them.
The new Age of Diversity and Merton LGBT Forum websites incorporate interactive facilities using the Drupal content management system, and the LGBT Croydon site is in the process of being converted to Drupal.
Other community groups
- UNACC — The Upper Norwood Association for Community Care
- and Ross also helps to maintain the website for Age UK Croydon
- Bead & Sequin Embroidery by Stanley Levy
- Out of the Shadows by Tony Walton
- Diverse Performances by David Haldane Lawrence
Some other sites:
- Roger and Ross celebrated their civil partnership on the first day that the law allowed.
- We arranged some re-enactments of ancient church ceremonies for uniting two people of the same sex.
- And Ross is an active contributor to Wikipedia and to the LGBT UK History Wiki.
Ross Burgess also provided IT tuition servcies, but has now retired.
You can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.