You're invited to the World's Biggest Coffee morning in support of the Macmillan Cancer Charity at 11am on 27th September

We're opening our doors to all local businesses to join us for coffee and cakes to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support . Macmillan support people affected by cancer.

Granite 5 in search of a digital marketing apprentice

Granite 5 business is growing fast – and so is our team. So much so, that we’re on the look out for apprentice number three! The new apprentice will play a key role in pushing forward the company's new SMARTT contracts.

Our "e-gift" to EAST goes live

Granite 5 has gifted a “talking” website to the East Anglian Sailing Trust (EAST) which offers sailing opportunities for people across East Anglia who have disabilities, including those with little or no sight.

Sports Chaplaincy website boosts donations and members

Sports Chaplaincy UK's newly-launched website has boosted membership and donations in just three months.

Top marks for Academy's new website

Bourn’s outstanding primary school in South Cambridgeshire has recently become an Academy – and has a new Granite 5-developed website to reflect its special status.

Huntingdon Business Fair 19th April 2012

Granite 5 will be exhibiting at the Huntingdon Business Fair

Mission possible with East Anglian Air Ambulance

Granite 5 is flying high after winning a contract to build a new on-line presence for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. The exciting project marks a return to the "flight deck" for our MD Jill Davies, a former pilot.

New web presence for audio specialists

A new website is underway for Sound Network, a professional audio business, based in London.

Accessible website for London charity BlindAid

A new accessible website is under construction for Blind Aid, a London charity helping blind and partially-sighted people across the capital.

New web portal for clients ScreenReader

Granite 5 has the green light to start work on an exciting new web portal for accessibility client ScreenReader. The portal will bring together its various websites under one brand - including its award-winning Thunder screenreader, which turns ordinary home PCs into talking computers for people with little or no sight.

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