Announcing the new
Scotland Island Community Website
The website provides a wide range of information; represents our
community to the wider world; supports the delivery of a number of
services; and helps promote and facilitate a number of activities and
groups and will assist us to further engage with our community.
This version of the website has an Events Calendar, an Online Local
Directory, a News Feed, is mobile phone and tablet enabled, and a
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section.
The new website is the product of a team effort, led by Hubert van
Mierlo, who project managed the site, and Carol Floyd, who managed
editorial and content and who has been involved in this project for the
past few years.
I would also like to thank the many people who contributed content
(Ruth Gaines, Cass Gye, Shar Jones, Bill Gye, Jane Wood), photos (June
Lahm, Sam Collins, Hubert van Mierlo, Carol Floyd, Jenny Frazer, Chuck
Bradley, Church Point Ferry Service, Colin Haskell, Michael Doherty,
Julian Muir, and drawings courtesy of Gwyn Perkins), and
testing/proofreading (Tim Turpin, Tracy Smith, David Hegarty, Phil
Pryor, Adrian Matthews, Sharon Kinnison, Cass Gye, Jenny Frazer,
Tanya Costin and Alan Gaines).
Finally, I would like to thank those who worked on planning the site
under the previous Communications Working Group: Jon Maxim, Carol
Floyd, Judy Readman, Ruth Gaines, Cass Gye, Julian Muir and Dan
We encourage you all to explore the new site and contact the website
with any announcements, ideas, corrections, or photographs, etc.
We hope it will become an integral part of community life please click
the following link, add it to your favourites and enjoy…
Bill Gye OAM
views expressed in this newsletter are not necessarily the views of the
Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA), or
Pittwater Community Association (WPCA)