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Jul112008

Shineweek recieves backing of Number Ten

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has declared his full support for the first 'Shine Week' national schools festival and the festival's social networking web site, which was designed and built by Brightlemon. The PM Gordon Brown and Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families Ed Balls visited Thomas Tallis School in Greenwich, London, to see students showcase their talents on day two of Shine week. You can see some images from his visit on the shineweek.co.uk web site.

Jun112008

Brightlemon creates website for Shineweek

Related video: Shineweek Video
About the Shineweek web site

Site Summary
The Shineweek web site is a social networking site built along the lines of YouTube allowing children, teachers and creative organisations to upload content showcasing their talents. Users will be able to register and subsequent to verification upload video, photos, audio and written content and details of Shineweek related events.

Jan202008

Samuel French chooses Brightlemon for Drupal development

Company Background Samuel French has been publishing, selling and leasing plays for performance since 1830. With expertise spanning 175 years, it is a well-established company offering a worldwide mail order service with over 2000 play-scripts available, plus a bookshop stocking a wide range of scripts and technical books on all aspects of theatre. The Requirement To create an updated e-commerce solution for the company that will facilitate the user experience and reflect the company’s work and heritage.