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BT Community Web Kit

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BT Community Web Kit


If you haven’t already built a website for your charity or not for profit community group, the internet is a great place to be seen - and a great way to reach out to people. That’s why BT have launched their BT Community Web Kit.

Once it’s up-and-running, it provides an fantastic way to promote your group and engage with people. Best of all, it’s free.

Simply click on the "Register for an Account" button and complete the four-step registration form. Once you’ve done that, it's time for the creative bit - choose your layout, settings, pages and enter your content. You can even choose from a range of colours to reflect your logo and give it your site that personal touch.

Case studies

    Geoff Budden, Chairman of the Friends of Kinson Common, talks about how they were able to set up their community website quickly and easily using the BT Community Web Kit.


As part of BT Community Web Kit you'll receive:

  • Free website hosting
  • Free website addresses
  • The choice of 8 templates with five or 15 colour themes depending on the template selected
  • 1 free format template
  • Enough space for unlimited pages and up to 500 pictures
  • Templates and colour options for all your content
  • An easy-to-use Page Editor or an HTML Editor if you’re technically minded
  • Free technical support
  • Welsh language options

Key Benefits include:

  • It’s free
  • Gives you web hosting, a web address and space for unlimited pages and up to 500 pictures.
  • If you have any questions the "Help" page has lots of answers to common queries. But if you really are stuck, BT’s team of helpful people are on hand to provide free technical support.


- If you want to use your own domain name you'll have to pay for this separately


jomcquade Hi Lynda, I'm not sure why this option is not available? Visit BT's help page, if you don't find a solution there, contact BT directy  I hope this helps. 
Monday, July 22, 2013 - 17:20
lyndabatchelor Help! I can't register for an account because the Midlands doesn't feature in your drop down menu of counties. Is there a reason for this?
Monday, July 22, 2013 - 16:49