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12 Jul 2019
After an awful lot of effort, it gives me great pleasure to confirm that Weymouth BID has been accredited under the British BIDs accreditation processes. The accreditation report went to the National BID Advisory Board Accreditation Group and we are are in the group of only 20 BIDs that are accredited! Read more...
6 Jun 2019
Purple Tuesday 2019 is an international call to action for organisations of all sizes across all sectors. It is a milestone awareness moment for an issue that is relevant 365 days a year. Last year, hundreds of businesses signed up and our message reached millions of people. It is day to celebrate the purple pound - the spending power of disabled people and their families and it’s a call you can’t afford to miss - worldwide, the value of the purple pound equates to £2.25 ... Read more...
4 Jun 2019
Weymouth BID have been talking to Inspector Barry Gosling about working together to support levy payers and he will be meeting the BID board periodically to provide a policing update, listen to members’ concerns and we intend to continue working collaboratively to reduce business crime. However, we have some advice for all businesses who experience crime, as we all have a responsibility to protect ourselves and be proactive: If you notice a group or individuals committing offences, ... Read more...
21 May 2019
Weymouth BID will be holding the Annual General Meeting on Thursday 23rd May 2019.The AGM will run from 6-8pm at Weymouth Council Offices, Commercial Road. Information will be available on many of the BID projects and work that the BID does. All Weymouth BID members and levy payers are welcome to attend but please be aware that only BID members will be permitted to vote. You can easily become a member by following this link: http://www.weymouthbid.co.uk/go.to/BID+Membership Read more...
20 May 2019
Public Spaces Protection Order in Weymouth There has been some confusion about what the order covers, so please see below for clarification: Posted on on New Public Spaces Protection Order for Weymouth and Portland New rules set out in the Weymouth & Portland Anti-Social Behaviour Related Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) 2018 came into effect on Monday 20 August 2018. Long Description The PSPO is in place in restricted areas within the borough of Weymouth. They relate to begging, ... Read more...

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