Fruitcake Media is a family-run web design firm based at Alderley Park, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. We can take care of anything from just a simple brochure website to your company's entire online presence. There are no upfront web design fees, set-up costs or additional extras, just one simple monthly fee which covers the entirety of your digital presence
As industry professionals, we understand how important a professional, aesthetically pleasing, and user-friendly website is to a business.
We, therefore, take great pride in our work, providing bespoke websites to companies. With COVID-19 devastating 'high-street shopping' as we know it, websites are now integral for companies of all sizes. They help businesses interact with their customer base, build credibility amongst consumers, increase visibility, and are the most cost-effective mode of advertising. As one of the leading web design companies in Cheshire, we are continually committed to perfection, ensuring our customer base enjoy a truly expectational service at an affordable price. For more information regarding our offering, get in touch today
Fruitcake Media provides web design services for local businesses in Macclesfield. First impressions count now more than ever and having a website is essential for any business. Ensure your website truly reflects your business' proficiency and get in touch with one of our local designers today. Start, or enhance your online presence, strengthen your digital marketing and solidify your company's standing with Fruitcake Media, Cheshires number one choice when it comes to website creation.
Whether you want a new website built from scratch or a simple revamp of your current site, Fruitcake Media offers an array of web related services in Macclesfield. We cater for both large and small businesses, offering a vast array of web design packages for companies of all categories. Our selection of local website services are cost-effective and bespoke to the client's demands. For more information about our website creation and development services, please get in touch with a member of the Fruitcake Team today.
When designing websites for companies, we understand that aesthetics are as important as page functionality. As well as ensuring our websites are secure, fast, and user-friendly, we take great care creating visually stunning web pages. As industry professionals, we understand first impressions count, ensuring our websites look sleek and professional. To see examples of our stunning websites, please visit our Portfolio, there you will see examples of websites we've built for companies in the local area and across Cheshire. Whether you have a specific idea about how you want your website to look, or you need some design inspiration, our team of web designers will be on hand every step of the way to ensure you receive your perfect website.
Understanding the devastating effect COVID-19 had on local businesses, we took it upon ourselves to offer small, local companies and sole traders websites with no upfront costs and an affordable monthly fee. Through offering affordable website design to small businesses, we helped keep our integral high-street alive and bustling.
Before William the Conqueror's Norman Conquest of England (1066), Macclesfield was held by Edwin, Earl of Mercia; an established earl and supporter of Harold Hadrada (1015-1066) and later Edgar Aetheling (1051-1125). The manor is noted in the Domesday Book as 'Maclesfeld', meaning 'Macel's open country', The medieval town of 'Maclesfeld' originated on the hilltop around what is now St Michael's Church. In 1261, the future king of England Edward I (1239-1397) granted the town a royal charter. Half a century later in 1502, the Grammar School was founded. Throughout the 1600s, the town had a bustling silk-button industry, subsequently becoming a silk-manufacturing hub in the 1750s. The Macclesfield Canal was constructed between 1826-1831, providing employment to local residents. Hovis breadmakers was another Victorian business who provided employment to the citizens of the town. Several mill buildings are still standing today, with the town's museum paying homage to the local silk industry.
The market town and civil parish is located in East Cheshire, North-West England. The market town lies on the River Bollin, with the iconic Forest to its east. Located within a stone's throw of the bustling city of Manchester, Macc is approximately 16 miles south of Manchester city centre, and 38 miles to the east of the historic city of Chester. It is situated close to the county borders of Greater Manchester to the north, Staffordshire to the south, and Derbyshire to the east. It is located near the towns of Stockport to the north, Congleton to the south, and Buxton to the east.
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Macc offers a vast array of activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Iconic historic houses such as Capesthorne Hall and Gardens and Gawsworth Hall offer eye-opening historical insights and exquisite scenery. Museums such as Paradise Mill, West Park Museum, and The Silk Museum offer a glimpse into it's rich history, offering activities the whole family can enjoy. If you're looking to take advantage of the good weather, one of many walking and cycling routes is the answer; Macc Forrest, Tegg's Nose, Bosley Cloud, Bollin Valley Way offer an idyllic selection of picturesque walking and cycling routes that can be enjoyed by hikers and strollers alike. If it's evening entertainment you're looking for, why not experience live entertainment at the Clonter Opera Theatre. Alternatively, you could visit one of many pubs, bars and restaurants.
Peter Crouch Ex-England, Liverpool FC and Stoke FC footballer
Nick Robinson Former political editor for the BBC, currently the presenter of the Today programme
Helen Marten Sculptor who won the inaugural Hepworth Prize and the Turner Prize
Percy Wragg Brian (FRS, FRSE, CBE) British botanist and mycologist, developer of natural antibiotics
Sarah Burton (OBE) Creative director of fashion brand Alexander McQueen
Ian Curtis Lead singer of Joy Division
Noddy Holder Lead singer of Slade
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