Get involved with Visit Banbury

Morning all – and happy February to everyone.

February is a special month to Visit Banbury as effectively it is the anniversary month of Visit Banbury’s public launch in 2015.

This time last year a small group of us had put together the “Be Positive about Banbury” video

Be Positve About Banbury

and we were busy preparing for our first public event the “Banbury Positivity Summit”.
Since then, lots of things have gone on, we have built a presence on various social media platforms, we’ve had a number of events, most significantly for us the “Create a Banbury Dish” competition won by Phil Seal and the fabulous night market in September, working with Banbury Presents.

  

We have also designed, created and sold a range of merchandise promoting Banbury which has ended up being sent right across the globe.
Some of you may know but we have been taking a little breather over the winter period but now we are ready to start promoting and supporting the positive things about Banbury and organising some positive things of our own!

There are about 15 people involved in Visit Banbury but some of the original team either have decided to step down due to a very busy 2015 or have increased commitments in 2016 and so we need more people to help us be “the glue that sticks together all the good stuff in Banbury”.

We will soon be organising the first team meeting of the year and if you would like to be involved we would love you to join us!

So, if you’re interested in being part of the group, please contact us on VisitBanbury@AOL.com or via Facebook or Twitter.

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