Yesterday saw our biggest single daily readership. At 355 unique visitors — including many who came back more than once — it’s not Google, but we think it’s pretty good going for a single issue website concerning a village with a small population, and it is three times the readership we were getting six weeks ago. Over the last seven days more than 1,400 different people came to save-wye from all over the world, including government institutions, local councils, and many departments and individuals within Imperial College. We hope that one of the key messages of save-wye — that this story is about more than a supposed Nimby backlash against development — is starting to get through.
Please bear in mind that we are very keen to carry a range of opinions on this issue. If you would like your say, use the contact form to get in touch. You don’t need to live near Wye; we welcome the views of everyone.