Bowls England is working in partnership with HugoFox to provide free websites to all Bowls England associated clubs.
HugoFox provides a platform for communities, and local businesses, to create professional, easy to use websites. We aim to empower local communities by providing them with all the tools they need to create a stylish, fully responsive website for free. All Bowls England associated clubs can now have websites with HugoFox for free.
The HugoFox website builder was designed with ease of use in mind which means it’s extremely user friendly: anyone can build a website with HugoFox whether they have previous web building experience or not. All of our websites are fully responsive which means they look great on mobiles and tablets, and are constantly updated with the latest web standards and technology to ensure our customer’s websites never go out of date.
You can create and manage your own content and upload news and events to keep your members up to date on all your club activities.
Any website on HugoFox also becomes part of the national HugoFox database: a huge community of events, news and job listings. Our customers benefit from this as it ensures their websites reach a wider audience.
HugoFox recently launched a new training program: we offer all communities free website training workshops. The aim of these workshops is for attendees to learn how to create a website that will most effectively engage with their community members. Each attendee will leave with an engaging website and the skills to maintain it.
At HugoFox we’re proud of our fantastic customer support: our friendly team are always on hand to support customers through every stage of their website, whether they are new to HugoFox or long term customers.
We would love to welcome you to the HugoFox family, and will provide all the support you need to get your website up and running successfully. For more information please call 01635 291271 or email email@example.com
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