The Village of Beer: East Devon

New Website Launched

We are very pleased to announce the new Beer website. To ensure you get the most out of the site, please use the dropdown navigation menu at the top of the pages and visit the linked sections. The new and improved website is designed to better serve the existing Beer community, and also promote the village’s attractions to visitors/tourists as well as providing essential local information. To make this happen, the website has been made attractive and better organised, so that it is even easier to navigate.

The brand ‘Visit Beer’ now represents the promotional part of the website, a platform for where core local facilities (‘attractions’, ‘events’ and ‘amenities’) are showcased to the public.

The community section now falls under the brand ‘I Love Beer’ and this where all the key community focussed services (‘Exiles’, ‘Village News & Notices’, ‘Records’ and ‘Business Directory’) of the old website can be found. Any other information relating to the Village of Beer such as ‘History’, ‘Books’, ‘Photos’ and ‘Videos’ can now be found in the ‘About’ section.

We hope you have a pleasant experience whilst browsing the site and we would love to know what you think about it. If you find any problems or errors please let us know so we can get them fixed. All feedback is appreciated and it can be left via the contact page or alternatively you can send us a message via Twitter or Facebook.

Many thanks for your support

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