Visit Knowle has four teams focused on a number of projects. Each team is made up of a mix of volunteers from local businesses, residents and community groups and we always welcome new volunteers!
Our teams focus on projects that form part of our Business Plan, a strategy based on input from Visit Knowle members. We’re all passionate about Knowle as a place to live and work and strive to maintain the long term future of Knowle by helping businesses flourish and by providing a compelling experience for our residents & visitors. In simple terms, we want to raise the bar for our businesses and everybody who visits Knowle.
The marketing team can often be found on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, where we work to promote Knowle as a place to visit. Whether you’re visiting for shopping, dining, drinking, beauty, wellbeing, business or heritage, we’ve got it covered. We create support local campaigns and seasonal campaigns to support our local businesses and to celebrate our local features that we can all enjoy.
Follow us on @visitknowle on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
An exciting programme of events are managed by the events team, including Christmas, summer and heritage events. Whilst we can’t organise a Late Night Shopping Event for Christmas 2020, we can host virtual shopping nights, elf trials and a Virtual Light Switch on.
Follow our social media channels for the latest news.
We recognise the value of an attractive, well maintained street scene and will work with others to maintain flower beds and audit furniture, seeking replacement and new furniture and planters as required. We’ve recently submitted a funding bid to enhance our street furniture. We will organise Tidy Days, using a task force made up of local businesses, other local organisations and residents.
Visit Knowle are here to support our businesses through a number of projects. We facilitate business collaboration on projects and have a programme of workshops to enhance the skills within our local businesses. Our current programme includes social media training and you can sign up by email. This team also works with local landlords to address how empty shops are managed and work hard to secure funds for projects to develop the village centre, as well as bringing you a quarterly newsletter.
You can keep up to date with our news by signing up to Visit Knowle’s newsletters, or coming along to meetings.