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    I've been asked to look into getting an outside company to design our website and they possibly want to host it for us as well. I was wondering if anyone has moved away from the LGFL web hosting or if anyone has any reasons for not doing it so I can take them to our SBM tomorrow in a meeting she wants to have.

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    I have always preferred hosting myself as it gives me maximum ownership and flexibility. If not I have heard these guys are pretty good: Marketing for Schools | Universities | Colleges | Higher Education | Academies ? Concept4

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    moved away from ngfl over two year ago to CS NEW MEDIA hosting. the support and quality it excellent. I can't comment on who I would recommend designing the website for you. You could always show them the edujoomla template? see what they think. Or you could purchase a clean template from the net and adapt it to fit your school colours

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    our current website for the school i work for was designed and is hosted by E4 education. Cant say i have had any problems with them, i think our website has been down once in the last 18 months and there support for the site is excellent.

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    If you are looking for design as well as build then E4Education are pretty good ... or you could go for CS New Media and run Joomla ... or use the RBC hosting with Joomla too.

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