Sep Saturday 21 2013
On or around the week commencing Monday 19th August 2013, our website counter which registers visits / hits to our website passed the 1.5 million mark,
since our website first went live way back on 1st October 2001.
Today our website counter is registering circa 14,900 additional visits since Mid August 2013, an incredible figure, truly representing the interest ‘out there’ in the Bolton Mountain Rescue Team.
Today we are pleased to announce that our website is currently in the last stages of a total revamp, which will represent its third major revamp since we first launched our website.
This has been undertaken by our current webmasters Steve Fletcher and Paul Brain, greatly assisted by Trainee Team member Chris Weatherhead.
The ‘new look’ website will remain totally user friendly and very easy to navigate, with additional features to incorporate the latest social media links and trends.
We anticipate the changeover will take place in late Autumn 2013.
In related news, today the number of followers of the team on our ‘Twitter’ site stands at nearly 1,500 since we starting tweeting on 31st January 2012.
The Bolton MRT is also on Facebook. (webmaster: links to Twitter and Facebook can be found at the bottom of any of the pages on our website)
So to all our many and varied valued supporters and kind friends, you now have three ways to keep in touch with the happenings of Bolton Mountain Rescue Team.
We post regular news on happenings within the team and incident deployments via Facebook and Twitter, with a great many links to our ‘news’ pages within this website, which as readers will be aware reports in depth on the daily happenings of the team.