Camborne BID names manager


Following the decisive ‘yes vote’ for a Business Improvement District (BID) in Camborne, the Camborne Can Do campaign has gone live with the appointment of a board of directors and a manager.

George Le Hunte and new Camborne BID manager Mel Martin

Mel Martin has been named part time BID Camborne manager and she said: “I am delighted to be offered the position and look forward to working with all of the businesses to improve the BID Camborne area.

“This is a time of vision and action in Camborne, a great opportunity to prove that Camborne really Can Do!”

George Le Hunte, who played a key role in the BID campaign, has been elected chairman of the board which also includes Glynis Charlesworth (Cross Street News), Max Doble (Roy Dobles Jewellery), Zoe Hall (Beaver Blinds), Francesca Lander – (HSBC), Eric Pascoe (R Pascoe and Sons), Lawrence Pavey (Investments Mortgages & Pensions Centre), Jeanette Buckley (Kernow Animal Welfare), Amanda Mugford (Camborne Town Clerk), Michelle Macklin (The Fireplace and Stove Centre), Wayne Richens (Richens Global Trading) and Alan Butterfield (Camborne Regeneration Forum).

Le Hunte said: “It is a great honour to be elected Chairman of BID Camborne and I will work with our BID team so that we do our best to help improve Camborne – to improve business in our town.”

There are still three places available for any business levy payer to be a director of BID Camborne. If you are interested, contact Mel Martin.


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