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An image of River Pyrddin, upland tributary of River Neath, South Wales - Neath Web DesignWe understand that good Neath Web Design isn't just about how your site looks. The website needs to be clear, easy to use and giving a great user experience. TCRM keeps all these ideas in mind on each project we undertake. Enticing visuals and using the best usability guidelines we build our sites using W3C web standards (XHTML1.1 and CSS 2.0 or 3.0), and all this delivered with cross-browser compatibility. We also supply if required wave accessibility checking. All our sites have xml site maps built by default. This all together brings better search engine rankings to your site.
As a by the way the CEO went to school in Clun Primary and Llangatwg Secondary and lived in Resolven, Melyn Court and Tonna so we have a great knowledge of the Neath area and even some of the fringe areas such as  Skewen and Cimla☺.

An image of Neath Abbey, South Wales Author Ajrhobby - Neath Web Design
Six reasons to use TCRM for your Neath Web Design.
  1. We are experts in our field.
  2. We are vastly experienced.
  3. We are not expensive. Just talk to us and get a FOC quote.
  4. We are a professional company, not a here today gone tomorrow outfit.
  5. We have a portfolio to prove what we can do.
  6. We have testimonials to support our claims.
We think the time is right for you give us a call. For your Neath Web Design contact us today and let us deliver that special site that will make your business succeed on the world wide web.

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Woman pays heavy price for loud music
A Pontardawe woman who persistently played loud dance and rap music has been ordered to pay fines, costs and a victim impact surcharge totalling £2,314 by Swansea Magistrates.

Free online books and magazines from the safety of your own home
With a fire-break lockdown underway in Wales, and the prospect of spending more time at home for a while, residents of Neath Port Talbot are being reminded of the fantastic range of online books and magazines free to download for NPT Libraries members.

Neath Port Talbot Council Leader Cllr Rob Jones's message on the new firebreak lockdown
Council Leader's message on the Welsh Government's firebreak lockdown and why it’s essential that we all follow these new rules.

Covid-19 - Taibach Rugby Club, Port Talbot
Neath Port Talbot Council’s Test, Trace and Protect (TTP) Service want people to be aware it is currently in contact with several members of the public who have attended Taibach Rugby Club who are either unwell, awaiting test results or have tested positive for coronavirus.

What the ‘firebreak’ will mean for NPT services and facilities
Due to increasing Covid-19 cases across Wales and Neath Port Talbot, the Welsh Government has announced a national 'fire-break' lockdown from 6pm on Friday, October 23rd we all MUST follow to prevent the spread of the virus any further.

Residential development at Heol-y-Glyn, Glynneath – statement from Council Leader, Cllr Rob Jones
There has been a great deal of rumour and misinformation on social media in particular about the planning permission that was granted on 14th September 2020 (under application ref. P2020/0195) for residential development on land South of Heol Y Glyn, Glynneath, that requires further explanation and clarification.

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    @BBCWalesNews Not that we'd had no offers. We had discussions with two but sadly neither was able to go ahead
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    Some light reading for anyone wondering why we should care when local journalism shuts or is cut back: https://t.co/U33IxBSJGh
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