Welcome to the Portsmouth City Pubwatch website.
We hope that the site will become a useful reference point and tool for members and non-members alike. Whilst alot of the sites functionality has been designed around Member needs there will also be a good deal of information and resources available to un-registered users.
A large part of this site is contained within the 'Members Only' area. Members of Portsmouth City Pubwatch are invited to register on the site so that you can get the most from this resource. Registrations are vetted to make sure that you actually are a Member of Pubwatch and once your application is authorised (it should happen really quickly!) you will have access to a wealth of Members Only sections. Please click here to register.
YOU can help the site grow!
The site has been designed and created in such a way that it can grow without the need for complicated web design knowledge. Registered Members can suggest web links to add and, perhaps more importantly, can create News Articles for inclusion on News section of this site. Such articles can be set to be viewable by all of the websites visitors or only the registered Members.
In these initial stages of the site going 'live' we would welcome any feedback regarding problems, suggestions or questions. Just use the Contact Us link and let us know what's on your mind. We will do our very best to adapt, correct and improve wherever possible.
Importantly, it is hoped that the site will be of benefit to all of the Pubwatch's within Portsmouth. If you represent one of these organisations and would like to play a part in the development of this website then please contact us, we'll be delighted to work together - after all a working Partnership is one of the core principles of Pubwatch.
So grab a tea, get comfy and take a stroll around the site. We look forward to receiving your registration or constructive comment.
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