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New website with up-to-date information on World War One and Two Battlefields has been launched by CGT Battlefields. The company is encouraging visitors to visit the site to leave feedback for future improvements and updates.

August 21, 2014

Gloucester, UK – August 21st, 2014 /PressCable/

Clubs and associations, military personnel, cadet groups, schools interested in World War One and Two Battlefields will find relevant and useful information on the new recently launched CGT Battlefields website. This new website launch covers many interesting areas, like ‘Why visiting a battlefield is such a moving experience’, ‘Which battlefields you can visit’, and ‘Why battlefield guides make all the difference?’

The events that took place on these battlefields may have taken place many years ago, but the action and courage of the soldiers, who fought and died there, changed the course of history. Now a 60 to 100 years later, there can be no better place to truly understand what happened there and what they mean to us now.

CGT Battlefields has invested considerable time and effort to ensure an enjoyable user experience while providing timely and relevant information on the World War One and Two Battlefields in Europe. Additional updates and new features can be expected in the future. Interested parties can view the website at http://www.cgtbattlefields.co.uk/.

Marketing Manager Graham Baylis described the new website in this way:

“There has been a lot of positive feedback surrounding cgtbattlefields and the information that it provides. CGT Battlefields is committed to making continual improvements and adjustments with the aim of making it easy for clubs and associations, military personnel, cadet groups and, schools to gain information on how to set up a trip, tour or holiday to a World War One or WW2 Battlefield. It is the goal of CGT Battlefields to become the leading resource for reliable information on arranging these historical, educational and moving experiences. We know that many clubs and associations, serving or ex military personnel, cadet groups and schools could really benefit from the knowledge we have in CGT.”

CGT Battlefields welcomes new and old website visitors alike to take a look at the new features available, and to submit feedback for the next round of updates.

Contact Info:
Name: Zoi Pearce
Email: info@cgtbattlefields.co.uk
Organization: CGT Battlefields
Website: http://www.cgtbattlefields.co.uk/
Phone: 01454 269764
Address: CGT House, 6 Avon Road, Charfield, GLOS GL12 8TT

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