How to Contact Us
Postal address: 18 Ash Grove
Terms & Conditions
All of the material published on the website is copyright -
The suppliers of material for the website are responsible for the accuracy of the content.
Whilst we take the utmost care in reproducing your supplied material, it is published on the understanding that we will not be held responsible for any loss or damage as a result of errors.
The content of letters published does not necessarily represent the views of the editor.
The accuracy of descriptions of goods sold through our “Small Ads” page should be checked by potential buyers before completing any purchase.
If you find any errors in the content of the Woodborough Web, please let us know so that we can correct them as soon as possible.
How to Send Us Items for Publication
If you’d like to send us items for publication, we’d love to hear from you.
If you want to send us written information, you can use several methods:
- Email us at email@example.com with the item as part of the email.
- Email us with a text attachment such as a Word document, or a text file from Windows notepad. Please do not incorporate images such as logos or photographs into your Word document as they cannot be extracted without losing definition – send pictures & logos (as images) separately as detailed below.
- Send us your item on good old-
fashioned paper to 18 Ash Grove, Woodborough, Nottingham NG14 6DR.
Using a photograph or two in your item makes it more noticeable and more interesting, so do take your camera along to events.
Most amateur cameras produce JPG files and these are good for us, but please do not reduce the size when sending them as this can reduce the final quality on our website. Please do not send photographs as part of a Word document as this also reduces the image quality.
- Send your photographs as attachments to an email.
If you send photos of young people under 16, please ensure that the parents/guardians are happy that we publish them (we either do not publish names, or use reduced names such as “John S” as captions).
For diagrams, charts and logos, JPG or PDF files are best.
If all this talk of file types is double Dutch to you, just contact us and we’ll sort it out.