Morag Pringle with members of the Lichfield BID team

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The manager of the Lichfield Business Improvement District is to leave her job. Morag Pringle took up the position last November. But she has now decided to return to a role with her former employers.
Morag Pringle with members of the Lichfield BID team
“It wasn’t an easy decision,” she told LichfieldLive. “But I still love Lichfield and hope the BID will be the success I know it can be. “I will still be coming back regularly for my shopping and evenings out, so I will be keeping an eye on the place.” The Lichfield BID was approved after a ballot of city centre businesses last year. It sees companies pay a levy which is then reinvested in projects designed to improve footfall in the city centre. The Lichfield BID has already invested in new radios to help cut crime and anti-social behaviour while plans are also exploring the introduction of free Wi-Fi throughout the centre of Lichfield.

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6 replies on “Lichfield BID manager to step down after less than a year in the job”

  1. 8 months before she finally got bored of sending out newsletters, trying to flog cheap first aid courses and generally not being seen in the businesses she supposedly represented.

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