Bridlington Business Forum will be holding its quarterly meeting on Tuesday, 18 September at Bridlington Spa.
The doors open at 5.15pm, with the event giving people the opportunity to discover more about some of the exciting developments taking place in the town.
Topics that will be covered at the meeting will include:
Highway improvement works on Hilderthopre Road.
Regenerating Seaside Towns – House of Lords Select Committee.
Yorkshire Coast Business Improvement District (TBID) – Mosaic.
The last item will see a team from the proposed Yorkshire Coast Business Improvement District attending to present details of its tourism initiative and how local businesses can get involved in the preparation of a business plan in advance of the voting process, which is planned to take place later this year.
For more information about the event, contact Bridlington Renaissance on (01482) 391708.
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