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Shop Fronts Cleaned, Street Stories Launching Soon

Street Stories is an exciting community art project which includes animated artworks featured on vacant shop windows. The initiative launches this week and that’s why we had a team of cleaners out 2 weeks ago cleaning windows, power washing and generally sprucing up the shopfronts of the stores being used for Street Stories to make sure they look their best.

If you’re walking through the City Centre this week, keep your eyes peeled on some of the vacant units to see the transformation. Don’t forget to have your phones ready so you can see the art come to life.

You can learn more about Stirling Street Stories and the involved local artists here.

New Retail Park, What Do You Think? 

Plans for a new retail park near Sprinkerse at Crookbridge, south of Wickes and north of Kerse Road and Muirton Road have been submitted to Stirling Council.

We have submitted an objection to the proposal and if you’d like to submit your comment, you can view and comment on the planning application here. You can also let us know what you think by heading over to our Facebook Group for Stirling City Centre businesses.

Supporting the recovery of the Hospitality and Travel & Tourism Industries – Forth Valley College Survey

Forth Valley College are looking for hospitality and tourism businesses to complete their short survey.

They are looking to enhance their current and future Hospitality and Travel & Tourism provision, particularly as your industries continue to develop post-Covid recovery strategies. They would welcome your input to help inform their strategic planning to ensure that their courses meet your needs.

Please follow this link to complete the study.

You can access the full version of the newsletter sent on April 1st 2021 here.

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