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Digital expert hopes new look website will be a hit with Sheringham’s visitors and residents

PUBLISHED: 12:25 07 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:32 07 March 2017

Jon Hayman, right, with PC Simple company director Clive Sanham, is setting up a wi-fi zone in Sheringham town centre. Picture: ARCHANT

Jon Hayman, right, with PC Simple company director Clive Sanham, is setting up a wi-fi zone in Sheringham town centre. Picture: ARCHANT

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A website promoting business and tourism in Sheringham is set to re-launch with the aim of creating an online community for residents and visitors.

The Experience Sheringham webiste is being re-launched with the aim of creating a digital community for visitors and residents The Experience Sheringham webiste is being re-launched with the aim of creating a digital community for visitors and residents

Digital expert Jon Hayman has taken responsibility for the site, which is currently being revamped. The new look site is set to be go live during a special launch night at Sheringham Community Centre on March 17.

Website director Mr Hayman said: “Experience Sheringham has been going for the best part of 10 years, but the previous administrator no longer had the time to manage it. We are creating a digital community, a place to make friends and contacts on a local network that is possible to sign into via Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.”

Mr Hayman has been constructing the new site for the past month.

He added: “It is being designed to run itself, my only role will be to act as moderator.”

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