The Blythweb Office

Creating websites for clients in Suffolk and beyond

Blythweb Ltd was taken over in early 2017 by MHCreations.
you can contact MHCreations here:

Halesworth Arts Festival Southwold Railway Trust St James Village Orchard

Blythweb believes in supporting the local community

‘putting something back’

Over the years we have supported local enterprise and establishments in various ways including:

  • Southwold Pier (opened 2001) – Placing of four large plaques along the handrails.
  • Saint Felix School Equestrian Course – Sponsor of the ‘Blythweb Bank’ jump.
  • Electric Picture Palace, Southwold (opened 2002) – Sponsor of the Kiosk.
  • Bungay High School – 2002-2004 annual sponsorship of the Blythweb Prize for ICT.
  • Halesworth Arts Festival – ‘Major Sponsors’ include Blythweb.
  • Wenhaston Word Monthly Newsletter – published by Blythweb from April 2007 to April 2012.
  • Annual Wenhaston Garden, Baking and Craft Village Show – The Blythweb Trophy.
  • ‘Wenhaston's Got The X-Talent Factor’ 2010 event – donation of cash prize.
  • Converting burials data from St.Peter's Church, Wenhaston, to searchable online database and map.
The Blythweb Trophy – a craftsman–made wooden wheelbarrow on a plinth. Winner in 2010: Tony Gow, in 2011: Bryn Raven, in 2012: Jenny Jeffery. Southwold Pier – opening ceremony 2001 The Electric Picture Palace Kiosk (on left) – opening day 18 May 2002 The Blythweb Bank – part of the bank pictured during a Hunter Trial event

In addition to the above, Blythweb supports several local not-for-profit groups and organisations by designing
and/or hosting their website at heavily subsidised rates. These include:

The expanding Blythweb Group of Local Websites currently includes:

Blythweb's community involvement continued in other ways when based at an office in the main village street 2004-2015, where many useful free services were offered including a drop–off point for used household batteries, as a medicine pick–up point, stocking local information leaflets, displaying event posters and selling event tickets, plus the sale of fundraising items for local good causes. Nowadays a spacious office is no longer needed as methods of working change with improved technology.

Blythweb Ltd was taken over in early 2017 by MHCreations.
you can contact MHCreations here: