southport, Local Online News Community, Forums, Chats, For Sale, Classified, Offers, Film Reviews, Events, Motors Sale, Property For Sale Rent, Jobs, Hotels, Taxi, Restaurants, Pubs, Clubs, Pictures, Sports, Charities, Lost Found

Contact us with your news. Mob/Txt 07530 315 478 southport@qnews.co.uk
Please also follow us on our live Twitter Feed
  1. Published on: 22/10/2019 06:58 AMReported by: roving-eye



    The Southport BID Board are pleased to announce the appointment of Rachel Fitzgerald as their new Chief Executive.

    Brought in to head up the BIDs management team following the retirement of Hugh Evans earlier this year, Rachel comes to the BID after several years heading up The Big Trust in Liverpool.

    Having worked for several years as Regional Manager for Business in the Community, Rachel has worked extensively with not for profit organisations delivering improvement in the community for businesses, people and place.

    Rachel is also highly experienced in securing grant funding and investment and working in partnership with public bodies.
    Rachel, a Southport resident herself, says of her ambition in the role “Southport is a wonderful town and I am personally committed to bringing people together so, in partnership, we can realise this town’s full potential. I want to be part of creating an evolving town in which talent and positivity can thrive and a town that is desirable to come to work, live and visit”



    The BID is overseen by a Board of Voluntary Directors made up from representatives of levy payers and key stakeholders who oversaw Rachel’s recruitment. Susannah Porter, the BID’s interim Chair says “We are thrilled to have Rachel joining us to see the BID through it’s second term. Rachel has superb experience and a great set of skills to be able to deliver the more strategic, investment and regeneration driven plan we have for the BID going forward. Not only does Rachel have the drive, passion and ability needed to help make a positive difference to the future of Southport, she is an extremely approachable and open person who will be a huge asset to both the Management team and Southport itself”
    Rachel will formally take up the role in January but will be available to meet levy payers at their AGM on the 14th of November.

    The event takes place at the Bold Hotel at 5.30pm and will host a range of keynote speakers. The BID’s new five-year term begins on the 1st November and runs until October 2024.

    For more information on the new term, AGM or the projects the BID carries out on behalf of levy payers please click here or follow the BID on social media

    Submit News to Us

    Contact us with your news. Mob/Txt 07530 315 478 southport@qnews.co.uk




  2. Contact us with your news. Mob/Txt 07530 315 478 southport@qnews.co.uk





    Check Todays Deals on Ebay.co.uk      Check Todays Deals On Amazon.co.uk

    Your Comments:


  3. Ceam says:22/10/2019 08:46 AM
    Good luck, You're going to need it as people are never happy no matter what you do.

  4. jamyramy says:25/10/2019 07:58 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Ceam View Post
    Good luck, You're going to need it as people are never happy no matter what you do.
    go to website against bid see the abuse then smell the coffee.are we better now tha 5yr back after all those promises.we the business community want a true and viable voice and organisation ,not an enforced council led cash cow,but were denied that true voice.bids arnt our or southports friend.or others towns there a buissness for profit with council remit.

  5. Ceam says:26/10/2019 03:55 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by jamyramy View Post
    go to website against bid see the abuse then smell the coffee.are we better now tha 5yr back after all those promises.we the business community want a true and viable voice and organisation ,not an enforced council led cash cow,but were denied that true voice.bids arnt our or southports friend.or others towns there a buissness for profit with council remit.
    Like I said, Good luck.

  6. silver-bullet says:02/11/2019 06:45 PM
    The meeting is being held at The Bold, you'll have no trouble locating it, just look for the block in darkness, not one tree has fairy lights on the whole block from Bold Street to Seabank Road.
    It was the same last Christmas!
    Debenhams has not closed yet!

  7. Likes jamyramy liked this post
  8. jamyramy says:02/11/2019 08:27 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by silver-bullet View Post
    The meeting is being held at The Bold, you'll have no trouble locating it, just look for the block in darkness, not one tree has fairy lights on the whole block from Bold Street to Seabank Road.
    It was the same last Christmas!
    Debenhams has not closed yet!
    wasn't that something their bragging about.mmn! so much for this reaching out and engaging with its community.not one visit in all its years of inception.but bless her shes had years of corporate experience in engaging with the buissness community so shels gonna unite us all and turn southport round isn't she!

  9. Likes silver-bullet liked this post
  10. Kafoozalum says:03/11/2019 09:39 AM
    Just curious why this 'not terribly newsworthy' article has remained the top news event for 12 days now. Surely something else newsworthy must have happened since the 22nd October?

  11. Likes silver-bullet liked this post
  12. salus.populi says:03/11/2019 11:23 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by silver-bullet View Post
    The meeting is being held at The Bold, you'll have no trouble locating it, just look for the block in darkness, not one tree has fairy lights on the whole block from Bold Street to Seabank Road.
    It was the same last Christmas!
    Debenhams has not closed yet!
    I'm sure there'd be even more complaints if Xmas lights were on before we'd had bonfire night.

  13. silver-bullet says:03/11/2019 05:02 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by salus.populi View Post
    I'm sure there'd be even more complaints if Xmas lights were on before we'd had bonfire night.
    Well, the rest of Lord Street is currently illuminated in Orange...except for this stretch.
    The lights are often on all through the year, not just at Christmas.


Custom Search

You are in: UK / Southport / North West
Find any Town in the UK, or Use UK map
Local Google MAP for Southport

User Control Panel

Not a Member? Sign Up!

Login or Register


Privacy & Cookie Policy


       
   Check Todays Deals On Amazon.co.uk
   Check Todays Deals on Ebay.co.uk
Christmas trees in southport
Firewood suppliers in southport
Replacement Stove Glass in southport
Bulk Aggregates in southport
Supporting Local Business
Supporting Local Business
Be Seen - Advertise on Qlocal





UK, Local Online News Community, Forums, Chats, For Sale, Classified, Offers, Vouchers, Events, Motors Sale, Property For Sale Rent, Jobs, Hotels, Taxi, Restaurants, Pubs, Clubs, Pictures, Sports, Charities, Lost Found
southportsouthport News


Supporting Local Business
2 Cambride Arcade, Southport, PR8 1AS
Established in Cambridge Walks for 9 years, John Antony specialises in different quality designer footwear and bags.
WEBSITE     TEL: 549729
Supporting Local Business
38 Hoghton Street, Southport, PR9 0PQ
We are committed to Private Client work, and to offering our clients our skills and experience at a specialist level, particularly in the areas of tax and estate planning
WEBSITE     TEL: 01704 500024

Supporting Local Business
25-27 Forest Road, Southport, PR8 6JD
Come to visit Wallpaper John@ Forest Road Wallcoverings today for Southport's finest range of wallcoverings with over 1000 designs always in store.
WEBSITE
Supporting Local Business
127 Wennington Road, SOUTHPORT, PR9 7AH
Our team of Veterinary Surgeons, trainee and qualified Veterinary Nurses and Receptionists aim to provide the highest possible standard of a personal, caring and friendly service.
WEBSITE     TEL: 01704 214460


Stats: Qlocal over 500,000 page views a month (google analytics)