The Burton Albion Community Trust (BACT) has launched a new website, aimed at further engaging and reaching out to the local community.
The site has been created in conjunction with Burton-based web design company SmarterWays; who are responsible for the bespoke, multi-functional site.
It has been a busy and successful year to date for BACT, whose new website comes four months after announcing its Inspire, Engage, Educate strategy in February.
BACT regularly reach up to 1500 individuals every week both at the Pirelli Stadium and in the wider community through a variety of courses, programmes and initiatives.
The new site, www.burtonalbioncommunitytrust.co.uk, includes all the BACT’s latest news and developments as well as information on the five main themes the Trust prides itself on delivering; Participation, Social Inclusion, Disability, Education and Health.
The site also makes engaging simpler than ever before with online brochures and booking forms for the multitude of available courses; from the 0-5 Dance and Movement Classes to the Golden Goal Over 50’s Programme and everything in between.
It is also the ideal place to learn about BACT’s close links and ties to local schools and relationships with valued partners, including headline partner Ashfieldin2Focus, as well as the long-term aims and objects of the Trust.
SmarterWays’ Managing Director Daniel Clarkson commented: ‘BACT is a fantastic organisation that provides a whole variety of community-led activities to the people in Staffordshire and beyond.
‘We have developed a dynamic site that includes videos, a twitter feed and much more and is a reflection of the type of organisation that BACT is. We are proud to be associated with them.’
Burton Albion Community Trust Chair Fleur Robinson added: ‘SmarterWays have created a fantastic site that does justice to the multi-dimensional and wide-ranging activities undertaken by the Trust.
‘The site is the perfect tool for the community to continue to engage with BACT and will be invaluable in ensuring that as many people can benefit from the Trust’s work as possible.’