We have been wanting to refresh the C20 Society website for some time, to make it easier to use and bring it into line with the design of the magazine. Now, thanks to a donation from a generous member, we have been able to do just that.
We’ve created a new Action section, full of ways you can act now to help save the best C20th buildings and design. It has all you need to support our campaigns, join up a friend, volunteer, get involved with a C20 group in your region or find out what to do if you want to protect a building.
As well as the latest news and campaigns, the News section includes information from our caseworkers about what they do, so that you know what to expect if you need to contact them.
The event booking process has had a much-needed overhaul, so we hope you’ll find it a lot easier and quicker to book now. Do remember to log in if you are a member so that you get your member discount.
G0 to Resources to browse all the useful information we have gathered over the years, including Buildings of the Month going back to Gavin Stamp’s choice of the Midland Hotel in 2001! You’ll also find our war memorials and conservation areas projects here, links to other useful sites and much more. The database of C20th churches is being spruced up with a new map and will be back online in this section shortly.
Managing this project brought home to me just how much information we have on the website. If, despite all our checks, you spot something that looks wrong or isn’t working, please let us know by emailing email@example.com so we can fix it.
Creating the new site started with talking to staff, trustees, individual members and outside experts about what needed to improve. Magazine designers, James Hunter and Stephen Coates, and digital agency ebow devised the design, and it was built by our long-standing developer James Sui.
I am immensely grateful to everyone involved in creating a website which will enable C20 Society to campaign even more successfully in the decade ahead. I hope you enjoy using it.