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Directional system – JUNE 2020

To help with social distancing and make the Broadmead BID area safer to navigate post-lockdown, a directional system was put in place. To encourage our visitors to walk in the […]

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Mother’s Day competition – March 2020

Our Mother’s Day competition was launched in March’s Bristol Shopping Quarter newsletter, which went out to 12,334 people. The objective was to raise awareness of the broad range of businesses […]

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Roaming Rhino Trail – postponed

Each Easter, Broadmead BID teams up with the New Room and The Methodist Church’s Ark Bus Project to co-produce a free family trail around Bristol Shopping Quarter. It’s always a […]

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LoyalFree app – January 2020

The Broadmead BID entered a partnership with the loyalty app LoyalFree, a multi-award winning place promotion app, operating in over 15 towns and cities. The aim of the app is to provide […]

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Gateway Feature

The BID pays for a local specialist cleaning company to give the Gateway Feature structure (next to Primark) a regular thorough clean. This is part of the BID team’s work […]

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BID Service Excellence winners 2019
Service Excellence Awards – November 2019

Following a mystery shopping campaign carried out during September 2019 by independent organisation Storecheckers, the Broadmead BID team were delighted to host the fourth annual Broadmead BID Service Excellence Awards […]

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Halloween competition – October 2019

Our Halloween competition ran from 1 to 11 October, promoted in our eNewsletter and across the @bristolshopping social media channels with paid-for posts on both Facebook and Instagram. We received […]

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BID accreditation – September 2019

We are delighted to share that Bristol Broadmead BID has been awarded the British BIDs Accreditation, which is the industry recognised standard externally assessed by independent auditors. The British BIDs […]

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Retail Support Ranger – August 2019

We are delighted to have recruited a new Retail Support Ranger. They can support BID businesses in dealing with key issues, including anti-social behaviour and crime reduction. Working closely with […]

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Easter competition – April 2019

Thanks to the generosity of Fun Warehouse, HMV, Joy, Lush, Sobey’s Vintage Clothing, Specsavers, Tesco Metro, TK Maxx and Whittard of Chelsea we were able to put together a fantastic […]

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Caring in Bristol workshop – February 2019

The BID organised a one-hour workshop with the Caring in Bristol charity and the Bristol City Council streetwise team regarding homelessness. The workshop took place in Metro Bank and attendees learnt about […]

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