26th July 2019
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Northwich BID News
In this issue:
  • Northwich preparing to bloom once again
  • Beach on the Quay to return
  • Become a VIP at Barons Quay Social
  • Free Festival of Arts activities
  • River Festival organisers anticipate 'smashed' fundraising target
  • Themed nights coming up at Kanya Bistro and Bar
  • Corporate partnerships at Northwich's museums
Northwich preparing to bloom once again
Flower power will be embraced in Northwich once again this summer after the Northwich Business Improvement District (BID) entered the town into two categories of the North West in Bloom Awards.

Northwich will be looking to scoop the top prize in both the Large Town and BID sections of the competition after receiving a Silver Gilt in the same two categories in 2018.
For this year’s entry, the Northwich BID will be working with a number of partners across a range of initiatives to impress the judges who will be awarding points within three themes; horticulture, environmental impact and community engagement.

These include Love my River’s floating habitats, yellow fish schemes and rainwater gardens, promoting wildlife friendly school grounds and meadows at Kingsmead Primary School and the construction of raised bed planters by residents at Anderton Place.              
From Monday 22nd July, St Paul’s Square will be the location for a Sensory Garden too and entries have been made in the ‘It's Your Neighbourhood’ competition which comprises projects at the Lion Salt Works Butterfly Garden, Grozone, Transition Streets Northwich and Kingsmead Primary School.

The judges will be visiting Northwich on Tuesday 30th July. Head to the Visit Northwich website for more information.
Flower power in Northwich
Beach on the Quay to return
It’s good news for people looking to celebrate summer in Northwich this year because Beach on the Quay is coming back!

It will be open from Saturday 3rd August to Sunday 1st September 10am-6pm, weather dependent, and will be located opposite H&M.
As well as the beach itself, Barons Quay will be hosting free and exciting summer activities too. This will include:
  • Bucket and Spade Decorating with Face Painting, 11am-4pm on Saturday 3rd August
  • Beach Ball Decorating with Face Painting, 11am-4pm on Saturday 10th August
  • Ice Cream Giveaway, 11am-3pm on Saturday 17th August
  • Giant Roaming Seagulls throughout the day on Saturday 24th August
Keep an eye on the Barons Quay Facebook page for more information and updates on daily openings.
Barons Quay Facebook
Become a VIP at Barons Quay Social
Want to become a VIP for a night?

You are invited to Barons Quay Social’s launch party which is being held on Thursday 1st August from 5:30pm!
There will be lots to enjoy including a drinks reception, cocktail samples, gin bar, street-food nibbles and live music.

Please email if you would like to go.
VIP Invite - Barons Quay Social
Free Festival of Arts activities
There might be less than a week left of the Northwich Festival of Arts but there are still plenty of activities to be enjoyed over the next week. Take a look at the below graphic to see what’s taking place and when.  
Please be aware that some activities may require tickets so make sure you double check before attending. Head to the What’s On section on Visit Northwich for more information.
What's On in Northwich
River Festival organisers anticipate 'smashed' fundraising target
Northwich River Festival organisers are confident that the third annual event has 'smashed' previous fundraising efforts.
The festival, which took place on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th July, drew in thousands to the town centre and Barons Quay – with the Rivers Weaver and Dane also in the spotlight.

Read a full event review on the Visit Northwich website.  
Northwich River Festival Review
Themed nights coming up at Kanya Bistro and Bar
Kanya Bistro and Bar are running a series of themed evenings over the coming months which will give the people of Northwich a taste of different cultures.

There are Chinese, Spanish and Greek themed evenings in August, September and October which follow an Al Fresco BBQ tomorrow night.
For more information and to book, please call 01606 333890.
Corporate partnerships at Northwich's museums
Cheshire West and Chester Council have recently started promoting Corporate Partnerships that businesses can enter into with the Lion Salt Works and Weaver Hall Museum.

As a corporate partner of the heritage attractions, you and your business will be supporting both museums to care for their collections, develop exhibitions and share Northwich’s exciting culture and history with residents and visitors.
From £1,000 your business can show a real passion for social responsibility and enjoy a wide range of special benefits that can be shared with clients, staff, family and friends.

There are three different membership packages - Bronze, Silver and Gold - that businesses can sign up to.

View the full document now by following the link below.
View the full document
Please can you make sure that this E-Bulletin is forwarded on to all your members of staff, we'd like as many people as possible to learn about the great events, initiatives and businesses that are in our fantastic town.
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01606 723175

Jane Hough: Northwich BID Manager -

Mark Henshaw: Northwich BID Officer -


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