The web site has been some days in the making, all done in house. We made it publicly known the site existed at around 10am this morning. Since then we’ve had over 1500 visits to the site, 50 people have completed the survey and well over 100 of you have subscribed to the site and will get an email with this message.
Thank you for your support. We expected the first day to be a busy one and you didn’t disappoint !
Facebook will remain the primary point of contact for day to day communications and comments. Shortly we hope to import to the site both the Facebook and twitter feeds so whatever goes out on social media can also be seen on the site. That means posts will be generally available for anyone to see, but not the comments made on them.
We’ll use this blog to post out regular updates without swamping your inbox. You can comment on these posts and the committee will see them all.
For now, the committee will continue to pursue every avenue to right the injustice of clawback and will welcome your feedback.