DAILLY has been given a new lease of life online with an updated village website.
The site, launched by Dailly Community Council to replace the old Dailly Parish site, had previously been included in Girvan Online and managed through an agreement with Ailsa Horizons.
The community council received a grant from the Hadyard Hill small grants fund to cover development costs and the purchase of a new domain name.
Since it opened in mid-July the site has attracted considerable interest, with over 50 visitors each day during the first week of September.
The new site contains community information and provides a profile for some of the active community groups. Items of local history have been provided by David Hunter, while a Dailly resident designed the site and will continue maintaining it as webmaster.
Within the past week, the Dailly photo album has returned to the site and an online forum will be available later in the month. Additional material, including photographs and local history items, are welcomed.
John Whiteford, Chair of Dailly Community Council, said: “This revamped website will benefit the village and the surrounding area as well as the wider Dailly community that is now living away.
“It will be of assitance in coordinating events in and around Dailly with our various community groups.”
The new website can be found at www.daillyparish.co.uk, and material can be forwarded to the webmaster at that URL.