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Lichfield BID manager to step down after less than a year in the job

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

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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  1. Toast

    26th July, 2016 at 5:00 pm

    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.

  2. MM

    26th July, 2016 at 8:17 pm

    Surely not! So does PM assume total control now?

  3. Paul

    26th July, 2016 at 11:45 pm

    No it doesn’t mean PM has total control the BID will be recruiting a new manager

  4. Darryl

    27th July, 2016 at 8:26 pm


    How much have companies paid thus far?

  5. Bill Prestwick

    2nd August, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    It’s because she was so frustrated with Lichfield Council blocking ideas

  6. Sj

    2nd August, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    Wasn’t this the project that promised free wi-Fi in the city centre ??