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This is one of those times when being addicted to Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter might actually be a good thing! Wincanton Window is looking for someone to help out on the social media side of things. Interested?
It's not always obvious when you visit Wincanton Window, but all the articles here are written by YOU! With over 6,000 visitors last month, you're a part of something big. Here's how you can make it even bigger.
Would you like to have a go writing for the Wincanton Window? Our former editor John Baxter is turning up at the Balsam Centre on Wednesdays at 1.30pm to help anyone who might like to try.
A look at the winning entries in our fun Wincanton Winter Competition, plus a chance to see all the entries, judged by Wincanton photographers Graham and Trixie Hiscock and John Baxter.
Dust off your cameras and get busy for the chance to win a prize in our annual Christmas competition. Not one but four prizes for adults and two prizes for our younger happy snappers!
Last night our Twitter account was hacked by unscrupulous scoundrels who have sent direct messages to all who follow us on Twitter - do not attempt to reply to these messages, click on any links or give your Twitter login details.
After two years as Editor, John Baxter has stepped down to concentrate on writing and helping other people to contribute to Wincanton Window. I'd like to introduce myself, your new Editor, and thank John for all his hard work.
Wincanton Window has applied for a grant from NatWest CommunityForce. Our success depends entirely on votes from the public. On behalf of everyone at the Window, I’m appealing for you to take just a few minutes to vote for us.
We've teamed up with local company Boxhouse Publishing, who are offering a great Organised Mum's Life Book and a Weekly Planner as prizes in our fun competition. Find out how to enter.
Try your hand at a little local journalism with John Baxter's three-session Writer's Workshop at the Balsam Centre in October. It's great fun for anyone who would like to have a go at writing for Wincanton Window, and it's free!
With the introduction of some new social features to Wincanton Window, you can now share interesting articles with all your friends via your Twitter, Facebook or Google+ accounts.
On 8th February our Organising Committee met to adopt our constitution as a charity and appointed five trustees.
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