On 7/9/05, Timothy Murphy <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> Sorry, I should not have used the word "charitable".
> The organisation in question is a kind of residents association,
> but I am sure they are not sufficiently well organised
> to have got charitable status.
> (They don't even have headed paper,
> and I am pretty sure they are not registered in any form.)
> In any case, I don't think they intend to undertake any activities
> involving non-negligible sums of money.
>> So really, I should just have said that "a group" is wondering
> what is the cheapest way of setting up a web-site.
> Sorry for the confusion.
You could go with one of the free web providers, yahoo, or some kind.
Of course there'd be ads on the site, you're URL is something like
http://yahoo.com/group/name, as opposed to name.ie. You also would not
have as much web hosting space (most of the free ones are around 20
MB), you'd only have 1 email address.
This might suit your needs. Being free is nice.
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