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Call out for Rushcliffe businesses to attend Town Centre Business Support Groups

Rushcliffe Borough Council are inviting business owners and staff to attend further town centre business support groups across West Bridgford, Radcliffe, Bingham and Keyworth to refresh their connections with local partners and contacts.

 

All are again invited to join the conversation with Ophelia Gamble, the authority’s Interim Highstreet Support Manager, and share their views on their town centres and see how they can get involved in making their ambitions a reality. 

 

It builds on the informal meetings earlier this year that saw dozens of business owners give their views and make new contacts as so many continue to recover from COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. 

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Now there’s more opportunities to come and chat and find out more at: 

 

  • Tuesday February 15, 6pm – to be confirmed  Lutterell Hall 
  • Thursday February 17, 6pm – Copper, 18A Market Place, Bingham, Nottingham, NG13 8AP
  • Monday February 21, 6pm – The Royal Oak, Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham NG12 2FD
  • Tuesday February 22, 6pm – The Refinery, Melton Road, West Bridgford, NG2 6EP
  • Thursday February 24, 6pm – The Salutation, Main Street, Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5AD

 

The Council’s Deputy Leader and Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Business and Growth Cllr Andy Edyvean said: “These further meetings are a great chance to identify development and growth for your local high street and share your ambitions for your business so we can together map out a strategy for 2022/23 and start to define your high street’s qualities.

 

“The initial sessions were well supported so we’re now wanting to continue the conversations with businesses across the Borough.

 

“Ophelia has been out and about on the Borough’s high streets since October, co-ordinating successful Christmas events, social media content creation and meeting and greeting as many retailers across Rushcliffe as possible. Come and meet her and find out more.”

 

Ophelia added: “Join the conversation with fellow businesses and chat over a virtual stroll through your local high street, looking at the visitor appeal, business offering and customer journey with you.

 

“Thank you to all those who attended the initial sessions, this is the start of an ongoing conversation the Council want to have with local businesses, so make sure you come along and get involved!”

 

To find out more on the wider support available to Rushcliffe businesses or if you’re not able to attend an event near you email econdev@rushcliffe.gov.uk 

 

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