Things have been very busy over the past few weeks, therefore there has been no real updates from this part of the web for a while. But I thought I would start back by showing you one of the websites I have been working on.
National Plughole Week helps raise awareness and money for children and families in Africa who cannot get a clean supply of water. They, with help from Oxfam provide valuable water filtration buckets to the many families who have no access to safe drinking water, without such 5000 children die every day.
I designed two sites for the awareness week, which officially starts 10th-17th July 2010. The first National Plughole Week which helps promote the week, provides information about who is behind the week and the history. And the site that promotes the theme this year, a mini site if you like Bottle for Change.
I would love to hear if you are supporting the week, or if the bottles of water have made it to where you are in the UK? Answers in the comments.
Posted On: Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 @ 6:21 pm by Ian Tearle
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