Promise of Culinary Delights for Conservative Conference
Prime Minister David Cameron and other Conservative VIPs have been invited to taste the culinary delights of Broad Street and Brindleyplace when the Conservative Party Conference meets in Birmingham between 28 September to 1 October.
The Broad Street Business Improvement District (BID) – which covers the area where the conference will be held – is promising the Conservatives a great culinary choice with the fantastic range of restaurants.
Broad Street BID Chair, Martin French, said:
“I have written to the Prime Minister to invite him and all Conservative Ministers, Parliamentarians, councillors and members to experience our culinary delights when they visit Broad Street and Brindleyplace”.
“From traditional British cuisine through to Italian, Indian, Chinese and Japanese dishes, Broad Street and Brindleyplace has it all. I know that hotels in the area will also do a great job in highlighting to visitors the great places to eat – from a pub lunch to late night dining”.
“The Broad Street Business Improvement District is proud to play its part in hosting this important national event and we look forward to welcoming the Conservatives to Birmingham”.
Notes to Editors:
A) For journalists to experience the culinary delights of the area in advance of the Conservative Party Conference, please contact the Broad Street BID General Manager, Mike Olley, on 07834323100 and email@example.com or Broad Street BID Marketing and Public Affairs Executive, James Watkins, on 07765803582 and firstname.lastname@example.org further details.
B) The Broad Street Business Improvement District (BID) is a business led initiative to improve the business climate in Birmingham’s Broad Street, Brindleyplace and Five Ways. Subject to a vote being held in 2015, the BID will also cover Paradise Circus;
C) Services provided by the BID include:
- Environmental improvements
- Street cleaning
- Business networking
- Working to improve local transport links
For further information please contact the Broad Street BID General Manager, Mike Olley, on 07834323100 and email@example.com or Broad Street BID Marketing and Public Affairs Executive, James Watkins, on 07765803582 and firstname.lastname@example.org