So many towns love Plantscape’s floral displays BID groups are being invited to see what all the fuss is about at an open day at HQ near Derby in late July.
For some BIDs the displays boost tourism, for others they help increase footfall and spend from the local community. Then there are those for whom Plantscape’s dazzling flowers engender a general sense of wellbeing, and some use the blooms to help reverse antisocial behaviour!
The open day on Wednesday 31st July at HQ in Little Eaton near Derby will offer visitors a chance to hear about the whole propagation process and the logistics of distributing thousands of planters to towns, cities and BID groups across England, Scotland and Wales.
They’ll also hear from the BIDs themselves about how they’re helping their towns.
Guests will be given a tour of Derby’s Cathedral and St Peters Quarters, so they can see at first-hand how amazing the areas look and talk to other BID managers about their experience and why they love Plantscape!
As well as brightening up the UK in the summer, Plantscape also provides winter floral displays and its solar powered Christmas trees are wowing an increasing number of towns.
The event on Wednesday July 31 runs from 10.30am until 2.30pm.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation.