Gransnet is the social networking site for grandparents. Launched in May 2011, the site was described by the Telegraph as "a new dawn in grey power."
Gransnet’s forums cover everything from politics to holidays, gardening to difficult daughters-in-law. We have recipes, product reviews and tips on everything from good grannying to great reads... and we feature regular webchats with politicians and experts, authors and slebs.
Plus we have lots of great competitions every month with fantastic prizes.
We have also recently launched Gransnet Local, a network of sites featuring the very best in your local community as well as opportunities for gransnetters to meet up with like-minded neighbourhood folk.
"Gransnet is such a warm community of wise and wacky people, who entertain, support and advise. Love it!" Carol
"I would just like to say a heartfelt thanks for all the smiles and support all of you have given since I joined.
I think ours is a wonderful community and I am beginning to feel as if I know some of you quite well.
Special thanks to those of you who replied when I needed extra support." syberia
"I've had great laughs and fantastic support. I've learnt a lot and found that there are plenty of grans out there just as mad as I am. Which is reassuring." Annobel
It's free to join Gransnet - you can do it here. You don't have to join to read the forums, but once you do you can post - and then you'll get our lovely weekly newsletter, you can enter our brilliant competitions, get our child development calendar...
We have a shed for grandads (though we don't insist they stay in there) and lots of topics that are of interest to a wide range of people. So, while the overwhelming majority of our members are grandmothers, we pride ourselves on our inclusiveness.
As long as you know the email address you registered with, we can send you an email with your password and a reminder of your forum username. Just follow this link and fill in your email address: password reminder.
Gransnet is a business funded mainly by advertising and we hope to be a profitable one, but our overarching aim is not the pursuit of profits. We are independently-owned and we aim to conduct business in an ethical manner.
We support the WHO/UNICEF International Code on the Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and do not accept advertising from a number of companies including Nestle. We do not accept advertising for a number of products, including cosmetic surgery, that we believe do not sit well with our philosophy.
We are a community, not a lobby group, though we are prepared to campaign for issues where our members feel strongly. We are apolitical and accept advertising from all political parties. When the main political parties place advertising with us, we offer the same coverage and rates to their opponents.
To discuss advertising on Gransnet, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to make using Gransnet as easy as possible, so if you have any suggestions for improvement, please let us know at email@example.com.
If you would like to write a guest blog for us, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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