As well as providing the UK with an additional energy source, the proposed development of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station is also intended to boost Somerset’s economy, with construction and related work being prioritised to Somerset-based companies.
With that in mind, and knowing that the production of a nuclear power station will require a hefty supply of food and drink to all those involved, a collaboration was formed between many of Somerset’s leading food and drink producers in order to work together to fulfil the large requirement.
Having been heavily involved in the Hinkley Point C project so far (including the development of the official Hinkley Point C Supply Chain website), Somerset Web Services were delighted to be approached to develop Somerset Larder’s website.
The new website includes information on what the company does, its eight directors, as well as a news page detailing on the latest updates and an online contact form.
Additionally, there is a members area where members can login with their own secure username and password to view confidential documents and content. Non-members can use the contact form to apply to join Somerset Larder.
Gerard Tucker from Somerset Chamber of Commerce, said the following:
“From the first approach to Somerset Web Services through to the completion of the website, the process has been professional and extremely thorough, I would not hesitate to recommend this company to you.”
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