About this site

This site is a wiki, which means that anyone can contribute to it. You might be familiar with Wikipedia, but if you're not, the basic idea is that you can add information easily and directly, without the need to submit changes via a site webmaster. By adding facts about a club, a photo, or just a quick comment you can help to make these pages as interesting and informative as possible.

How do I contribute?

There are two main ways you can get involved. The site is set up so that you can add or amend content without logging in. However, it's better if you sign up, and very easy to do: you only need to enter an email address and think of a user name & password. Click on 'join' in the top right hand corner of this page.

By logging in you can join in discussions, add photos, and perhaps link up with people you may have lost touch with. You can even start your own site. Don't worry about making perfect, seamless contributions, anything you submit can easily be tidied up. The site is regularly backed up, so if things go badly awry then an earlier version of the page can be restored.

The Wikispaces 'help' section is useful and simple. It features some demos and FAQs, and is worth a visit. Again, find the link in the top right hand corner. If you don't find what you need, you can email a question to mail@blindjack.co.uk or, better still, post it on the 'discussion' tab above- others may have the same question and would benefit from a shared answer.

Remember, this site needs your input, and you do not need to be a computer whizz to get involved!

This site was constructed as an assignment for an MSc course in Information Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University.