This Website was first created in the 1990s. The code in which the pages were defined is still supported by web browsers today and still works(lots faster than the graphic rich stuff which is generated nowadays) but as I’ve become older and acquired more labour-saving devices I don’t seem to have as much time available to build and maintain a website so it’s been transferred onto proprietary software which should make it easier to maintain(I hope).
If you spot any errors or have anything that you think I should include please contact me. I’d especially like to be able to include historic photos of Wylam and old stories as so much history seems to disappear. I’ll happily copy and return any documents,
Note that this is neither a commercial site nor is it in any way publicly funded so while I’m quite happy for people to comment on the content, if you violently disagree with anything on the site and want to put your own point of view you need to obtain your own web-space and send me a link to it(which I’ll include if the content does not seem abusive,libelous.illegal, etc).
Any views expressed are solely my own and this site is in no way official.
I don’t want to collect or store anyone’s personal data and the only cookies in which I have an interest are the ones that can be eaten, but as I’m using an off the shelf product I suspect that it or some of it’s components may do so. If you don’t want that to happen I suggest that you delete cookies from your browser when you close it. I often just create a new email address when I have to login to a new website(I know but I was doing this stuff in the days when there weren’t anti-spam programs and virus checkers).
I am the domain holder of https://www.wylamontyne.co.uk
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