Oh dear. Oh dear oh dear.
Alex, the first rule of web design publicity is to get a decent looking, custom made site out there that you've designed and written all by yourself and make sure it looks stunning and perfect.
Putting it bluntly, but what you've actually got there is a bog standard drupal install with a bog standard theme, a horrible logo that doesn't fit in with the rest of the page and at least one spelling mistake (http://alexseymour.org.uk/node/21
in the last paragraph.)
To get to the point where people let you do web design for free is going to take a while. Charging for your services is a complete waste of time at this point.
My advice? Take the site down for now or at least re-engineer it into a testing ground for you to try things out and become better at design. Get some good books, learn about what good design entails and perhaps give it a go in a few years time. No-one is going to pay you a penny at the moment and the only thing you'll achieve now is to damage your reputation if you want to seriously go into this in the future.