Web Designers In Penrith. Great Architecture.

Web Design Penrith

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Web Design Penrith

Web Designers In Penrith. Great Architecture.

LOCALLY BUILT WEBSITES

Penrith & The Surrounding Areas

Web Design Penrith

We help local businesses build an online presence in Penrith. We can build new websites or repair and update existing ones. All new websites we design will be from a technical aspect to rank highly in Google for users from Penrith and the surrounding areas.

Local Knowledge

Our web design service allows us to come and visit you in person so we can really get a feel for your business. All prices quoted include a personal consultation visit. We don’t just put a site up and leave you to it. Our web design process ensures you make it your own.

Our starter websites typically take around 10-14 days to construct and fully optimise. We will create a bespoke WordPress design to both suit your needs, whilst optimising the code to satisfy Google’s demands.

What Makes Makes Us Different?

You will deal directly with us, with no third parties. We are highly experienced and can advise you of how to attract customers to your website locally in Penrith.

LOCALLY BUILT

Penrith & The Surrounding Areas

We create professionally designed websites with performance in mind. Using WordPress, we ensure that your website works flawlessly.

Building Your Website

We don’t just put some theme up and leave you to it. We make it your own.

Our starter websites take around 7-14 days to build. We will create a WordPress design to both suit your needs, and optimise the code to satisfy Google’s demands by scoring highly on the Core Web Vitals metric scale.

Your website will be made with your customers in mind, and built to perform well for people in Penrith using Google search.

We simply do web design properly.

Web Design Penrith. Built For You

Web Design Penrith

Responsive Websites With Core Web Vitals In Mind

Coding languages provided by Yorkshire Design

Penrith’s Local Web Designers

Optimised & Modern

Your new website will not just be thrown together. We will discuss what you need, and create a bespoke website that will be tailored to your individual requirements.

Built To Perform

Everything will work as it should – and built in a way to score highly on Google Insights. This increases your chances of going higher up the local search results in your area.

Desktop & Mobile Friendly

We create mobile and desktop versions of your website. Often they have differing content to fit the smaller screens on mobile devices. Everything is logically thought out to capture your visitors interest.

Optimising Everything

Both desktop and mobile versions will have the code optimised, and both will be user friendly.

Local Penrith Service

Make Penrith Beautiful

Proper Web Design

We Visit You In Penrith

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Personal Service

We will discuss what you need in person, thanks to us being local to Penrith.

Built To Perform

Everything will work correctly – and built in a way to score well on Google Insights.

Your Web Store

Start selling online with your own web store and sell literally anything.

Sell To Everyone

We use Woocommerce in conjunction with WordPress to provide a powerful shopping platform. Tell the world about your shop in Penrith.

What Are You Selling?

We Set It All Up

If you are new to having website do not worry. We will support you all the way with our calls.

Products & Services

We can also set all the products up, and even add the Schema so Google knows what you are selling.

We Welcome Startups

Desktop & Mobile

We create mobile and desktop versions of your website. Often they have differing content to fit the smaller screens on mobile devices.

Optimising Everything

Both desktop and mobile versions will be user friendly.

We Do Online Shops Too

Online Shops

Web Shops In Pentrith

Full Business In A Box

Woocommerce Web Shop

Website, Store & Up To 100 Products Included

Open Your Web Store

Start selling online with your own web store. Accept all kinds of payment methods and sell literally anything.

Let Everyone Know About Your Shop In Penrith

We use Woocommerce in conjunction with WordPress to provide an incredibly powerful shopping platform that can do almost anything. Expand from Penrith out to the whole of the UK.

So What Are You Selling?

Totally Expandable

Woocommerce gives you complete flexibility to create a bespoke shopping experience. Whether you are selling products, subscriptions or bundles, it can be setup to suit your needs.

Be Paid Anywhere, Anytime

You can accept payments from any payment provider including (but not limited to) Paypal, credit cards, Stripe, BACS, and even Bitcoin.

Shops Without Limits

A Host Of Extras

Additional extras can be added to your online store. So whether you need a unique buying experience, invoicing and account systems, or just want to roll with the standard shopping experience, we can do it all.

Your Shop, Your Way

We listen to the customer with personal communication. We can visit you in person, or chat to you on Google Meet. We take pride in being web design specialists.

We Can Set Everything Up

If you are new to having website do not worry. We will support you all the way with our personal service thanks to us being local to Penrith.

Products & Services

We can also add in all the products, and even setup the Schema so Google knows what you are selling. Prices can vary depending on the amount of products you have so please enquire to find out more. Quoted prices include up to 100 standard products.

We Welcome Startups!

How We Design
How We Design

Online Shops

Web Shops In Pentrith

Business In A Box

Up To 100 Products Included

Website & Store Fully Configured

Open Your Web Store

Start selling online with your own web store. Accept all kinds of payment methods and sell literally anything. Tell the world about your business in Penrith!

Let Everyone Know What You Have Got

We use Woocommerce in conjunction with WordPress to provide an incredibly powerful shopping platform that can do almost anything.

So What Are You Selling?

Totally Expandable

Woocommerce gives you complete flexibility to create a bespoke shopping experience. Whether you are selling products, subscriptions or bundles, it can be setup to suit your needs.

Be Paid Anywhere, Anytime

You can accept payments from any payment provider including (but not limited to) Paypal, credit cards, Stripe, BACS, and even Bitcoin.

Shops Without Limits

A Host Of Extras

Any extras can be added to your online store. So whether you need a unique buying experience, invoicing and account systems, or just want to roll with the standard shopping experience, we can do it all.

Your Shop, Your Way

We listen to you with personal communication. We talk to you via Google Meet. We take pride in being web design specialists, making great web sites for our customers.

We Can Set Everything Up

If you are new to having website do not worry. We will support you all the way with our personal service thanks to us being local to Penrith.

Products & Services

We can also add in all the products, and even setup the Schema so Google knows what you are selling. Prices can vary depending on the amount of products you have so please enquire to find out more. Priced quoted on this website include up to 100 products.

We Welcome Startups!

How We Design
How We Design

Information About Penrith

Web Designers Penrith

Interesting Penrith Facts

Penrith Facts & Figures

Population: 15,181

District: Penrith & The Border

Postcode’s: CA10, CA11

Dialling Code: 01768

Penrith Political History

Penrith was historically in Cumberland, but this has now changed. Penrith’s local authority is in Eden District Council, which is based in the town, as were the defunct Penrith Urban and Rural District councils.

From 1974 to 2015, it was an unparished area with no local council, but a civil parish was reintroduced as Penrith Town Council and first elected as recently as the 7 May 2015.

In the 1920’s, Penrith Castle came into the council’s possession. It’s grounds became a public park, and Castle Hill Housing Estate was built nearby.

Penrith Landmarks

The main church is St Andrew’s, built in 1720–1722. The churchyard has ancient crosses and hogback tombstones known as the “Giant’s Grave” and “Giant’s Thumb”.

Ruins of Penrith Castle can be seen from the railway station. It is run as a visitor attraction by English Heritage. To the south east of the town are the more substantial ruins of Brougham Castle, also protected by English Heritage.

In the centre of the town is a Clock Tower built in 1861 to commemorate Philip Musgrave of Edenhall. Hutton Hall in Friargate has a 14th century pele tower at the rear, attached to an 18th century building. Richard, Duke of Gloucester resided here before becoming King Richard III and carried out extensive work at Penrith Castle about 1471.

Penrith has been noted for its numerous wells. Three miles south east, on the River Eamont opposite Ninekirks, are the “Giants Caves”, with a well dedicated to St Ninian.

Just north of the town is the wooded signal-beacon hill named Beacon Hill, originally Penrith Fell. Beacon Hill possibly gave Penrith its Celtic name of “Red Hill”.

Penrith Media

The local newspaper is called the Cumberland & Westmorland Herald. It is independently owned, with offices on King Street but it’s printed at the Newsquest’s printing works in Glasgow. A separate edition of the Herald is published for the Keswick area, known as the Lake District Herald.

Penrith lies with the ITV Border region and the BBC’s North East and Cumbria region. There are three local radio stations serving the Penrith area. Eden FM which is based in Penrith and two others based in Carlisle. These are BBC Radio Cumbria and the independent station CFM.

Further Reading

For more information, visit the Penrith Wikipedia page.

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Did You Know?

Penrith Facts & Figures

Population: 15,181

District: Penrith & The Border

Postcode’s: CA10, CA11

Dialling Code: 01768

Political History

Penrith was historically in Cumberland, but this has now changed. Penrith’s local authority is in Eden District Council, which is based in the town, as were the defunct Penrith Urban and Rural District councils.

From 1974 to 2015, it was an unparished area with no local council, but a civil parish was reintroduced as Penrith Town Council and first elected as recently as the 7 May 2015.

In the 1920’s, Penrith Castle came into the council’s possession. It’s grounds became a public park, and Castle Hill Housing Estate was built nearby.

Penrith Landmarks

The main church is St Andrew’s, built in 1720–1722. The churchyard has ancient crosses and hogback tombstones known as the “Giant’s Grave” and “Giant’s Thumb”.

Ruins of Penrith Castle can be seen from the railway station. It is run as a visitor attraction by English Heritage. To the south east of the town are the more substantial ruins of Brougham Castle, also protected by English Heritage.

In the centre of the town is a Clock Tower built in 1861 to commemorate Philip Musgrave of Edenhall. Hutton Hall in Friargate has a 14th century pele tower at the rear, attached to an 18th century building. Richard, Duke of Gloucester resided here before becoming King Richard III and carried out extensive work at Penrith Castle about 1471.

Penrith has been noted for its numerous wells. Three miles south east, on the River Eamont opposite Ninekirks, are the “Giants Caves”, with a well dedicated to St Ninian.

Just north of the town is the wooded signal-beacon hill named Beacon Hill, originally Penrith Fell. Beacon Hill possibly gave Penrith its Celtic name of “Red Hill”.

Penrith Media

The local newspaper is called the Cumberland & Westmorland Herald. It is independently owned, with offices on King Street but it’s printed at the Newsquest’s printing works in Glasgow. A separate edition of the Herald is published for the Keswick area, known as the Lake District Herald.

Penrith lies with the ITV Border region and the BBC’s North East and Cumbria region. There are three local radio stations serving the Penrith area. Eden FM which is based in Penrith and two others based in Carlisle. These are BBC Radio Cumbria and the independent station CFM.

Further Reading

For more information, visit the Penrith Wikipedia page.

Web Design Penrith