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Intro page   Use this Site Map to navigate the website.
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Welcome page   Check Site News for the latest additions to the website.
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Scroll down the page to find out more about the Lyn Paul website or click on one of the following options:

Check the Site News page to keep up to date with the latest additions to the site.

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The Lyn Paul website is aimed at fans of Lyn Paul and the New Seekers and anyone else who would like to find out more about them.


The site is my way of saying thank you to Lyn. It aims:

  • to present a full and factually accurate chronology of Lyn Paul's career.
  • to give detailed information about Lyn Paul's recordings.
  • to provide pointers to other sources of information about Lyn Paul.
  • to provide whatever up-to-date information is available on Lyn's current and future career plans.


  1. The site aims to be clearly structured and easy to use.

    1. Each page uses the same basic structure to provide a familiar environment - even when you visit a page for the first time.

    2. Rainbow colour coding has been used to distinguish the seven sections of the site from each other.

  2. The site aims for a high level of accuracy and consistency in the style and quality of its presentation.

  3. The site has been designed to be pleasing on the eye.


Care has been taken to ensure that the site is accessible to a wide variety of Net users. It has been designed so that:

  • it may be viewed on as many systems and platforms as possible.
  • it may be accessed by partially sighted people.
The site was checked using the CAST - Bobby Validator.

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How to use the site
  1. Use the menu options on the left and at the top of each page to navigate the site.

    1. The rainbow menu bar on the left will take you to the seven main sections of the site.

      Now ... Lyn Paul Now ...
      Then ... Lyn Paul Then ...
      New Seekers. New Seekers.
      On Disc. On Disc.
      In Print. In Print.
      On the Net. On the Net.
      Photo Album. Photos.

    2. The "Pick a page" pop-up menu provides another quick way to navigate the site. The menu lists almost every page on the site. It enables you to jump directly from one page to another, skipping any other pages that may lie in between.

    3. The blue buttons at the top of each page will help you to navigate and search the site or to send us an e-mail.

  2. Use the TOP, UP, BOTTOM and DOWN arrow keys to navigate within a page.

    Bottom.  Jumps to the bottom of the page.
    Down.  Jumps part way down the page.
    Top.  Jumps to the top of the page.
    Up.  Jumps part way up the page.

  3. Use your Browser's BACK button to go to the previous page.

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How you can help

Calling all sticklers! The website aims to be factually accurate. If you spot any mistakes on the site or have any constructive comments or suggestions on how it could be improved, please let us know by e-mail.

If you have any news or information about Lyn Paul, which you think we should add to the site please share it with us by sending an e-mail.

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Privacy Statement

The Lyn Paul website has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate a firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices for this web site.

External Links

This site contains links to other sites. The Lyn Paul website is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these web sites.


The Lyn Paul website does not use cookies.

E-mail Security

This site uses Microsoft Hotmail to receive and send e-mail. You can send e-mail to

The content of e-mails received at the site is treated in confidence and will only be passed on or shared with others with the express permission of the sender.

The e-mails received at this site are checked once a week. I regret that due to the volume of e-mails received, I can not guarantee to reply to every e-mail received.

Any questions?

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this web site, you can contact:

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This website
was developed
with the help of
the following
www resources:

Elizabeth Castro
HTML 4 for the
World Wide Web:

Visual Quickstart
4th edition

Peachpit Press

Jennifer Niederst
Web Design
in a Nutshell


HTML Guides
and Specifications

Bare Bones
Guide to HTML

Web Design
HTML 3.2

Web Design
HTML 4.0

HTML Validators

Dr. Watson


Library Project

Markup Validation

Web Design

Web Page

Web Page


JavaScript Source


Site Development and Background

Site History

Work began on developing this site on Monday, 7th June 1999. Beta testing began in August 2000 (with thanks to Dave, John, Rosie and Steve). The site officially went live, with Lyn Paul's approval, on 9th October 2000.

In 2011 the Lyn Paul website launched associated Facebook and Twitter accounts and in 2017 added a Pinterest page.


This website was originally tested using Netscape Navigator 4.7 and Internet Explorer 5. It is now tested on Safari and on later versions of Explorer and Netscape. If you encounter any problems using other browsers please let us know and we'll do our best to fix them for you.


The site was originally designed and produced using AppleWorks 5 and PageMill 3. It is now developed and maintained using Adobe GoLive 6.

Gifs / JPEGs

The gif images on this website were originally optimized using SuperGif 1.0r5. JPEG images are produced using Adobe Photoshop.


This website has been tested for HTML coding errors using the WDG and W3C Validators. Any remaining "errors" belong to imported code, which is used on condition that it can not be altered. If you spot any HTML errors or want to help us improve the coding, please get in touch.

In order to minimise download time the pages on this site were originally optimized using HTML OptimizerPro. However, this appears to prevent some Javascripts from working and is no longer being used.


The site was designed and tested on a Mac but has also been tested on PCs.

Site Maintenance and Development

The site is checked on a weekly basis and amended as necessary. The date when amendments were made is stated at the bottom of each page ('year, month, day').

Significant additions to the site are recorded on the Site News pages.


Created by: Steven Liddle
Edited by: Dave Burns
Tested by: John Collier

Additional information supplied by:
Steve Brown, Dave Burns, Nic Culverwell, Robert Curry, Iain MacIvor, Will Shaver, Sue Smith, Adam Solts, Gwyneth Taylor and Robert Topliss.

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Who said that?


A computer is like an Old Testament God - lots of rules and no mercy.
Joseph Campbell

Man is still the most extraordinary computer of all.
John F. Kennedy

The best computer is a man, and it's the only one that can be mass-produced by unskilled labor.
Wernher Magnus Maximilian von Braun

No matter which computer you buy, no matter how much money you spend, by the time you get it back to your car, it's an eight-track tape player.
Dennis Miller

I don't know anything about computers. I don't even know how often to change the oil.
Buzz Nutley

To err is human - and to blame it on a computer is even more so.
Robert Orben

A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history - with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila.
Mitch Ratliffe

Computers are like humans - they do everything except think.
John Von Neumann

The Internet

Getting information from the internet is like getting a glass of water from Niagara Falls.
Arthur C. Clarke

They call it 'surfing' the net. It's not surfing. It's typing in your bedroom.
Jack Dee

The internet's not just for hard core pornography, you know.
Kenny Ireland (Donald Stewart), 'Benidorn', Series 3


I am afraid it is a non-starter. I cannot even use a bicycle pump.
Judi Dench, 'The Times', 13th February 1999


The website needs to be as sticky as a currant bun.
Carolyn McCall

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