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Tuesday, 01 December 2009 20:13

Welcome to Kidsgrove

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We're back to the OLD forum as it's been missed by so many! 
Just click the "Forum" link above or to the left to visit.

Welcome to the Kidsgrove website for all the people of all the Kidsgrove, Staffordshire area, and for everyone interested in Kidsgrove. This is THE website where you can interact with Kidsgrove, find out all the news and get together with others.

Don't forget to register, you can then post articles to the site and forum.
To obtain a membership please Email the site admin  on website{@} (without the {})and we will be pleased to activate a membership for you
For a quick guide on how to add an article, click this link

There are many interactive areas of the site where you can join in, and in our live discussion forum you can discuss almost anything with others who have the same interests. There are leisure items from local scenery to photography and everything inbetween, to the more serious discussions and queries with our local Police and Councillors where your questions can be asked and answered. Please join as a member, and you will be made most welcome. You'll also be automatically kept up to date with site newsletters.

To access the forum, please click the link above.  You will need to be logged in to be able to contribute to the forum.

  • The Kidsgrove Photograph Gallery is well worth a look. It's full of photographs that members would like to share covering a wide range of topics. Take a look, and maybe add your own photographs .... we look forward to seeing them!
  • Join our local mailing list on the forum to ensure you're kept up to date with all the latest local news. 
  • Our appeal! If you have old photographs of people or places in the area, maybe family photo's and would like to see them published on this site, please contact us at admin[@] the square brackets around the @) and we will be more than happy to hear from you
  • Quick links to the sections of the site are on the left of this message at the top of the page.
  • See our podcasting section of the site too, you don't have to just read you can listen too!
  • This site is run and maintained by volunteers

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    Wednesday, 02 December 2009 23:06

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    We'd love to hear about you, please contact us if you'd like to be involved in contributing to the articles on this site.

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