Darren Taylor, chairman of Discover King’s Lynn, which wants to hear from levy-payers.

Businesses in King’s Lynn have the chance to help shape services in the town.

Discover King’s Lynn, the King’s Lynn BID (Business Improvement District), is asking its members to give their views on the services and support they receive during a month-long consultation. 

The BID was formed in 2016 and aims to make King’s Lynn a ‘true destination of choice’ and increase footfall into the town.

It supports town centre businesses through a programme of activities and also speaks up for the town centre on relevant issues.

Chairman Darren Taylor said: “Discover King’s Lynn is about the businesses who make up our town centre. It is about the retailers, the hotels, the bars, the restaurants, the professional services and the leisure providers who make King’s Lynn the vibrant place it is.

“We are here to support all these fantastic businesses and now we want to know what our levy-payers think of what we do. 

“We want their views so that we can continue to deliver services that support and help them to thrive.”

The BID is seeking views via a survey throughout October and it will also be hosting three focus groups on November 15. 

The BID team will also  be giving businesses the opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas during its first King’s Lynn Business Week taking place next week.

The week will feature a range of sessions on subjects including sales, social media, and cybercrime, culminating in a presentation by Wayne Hemingway of Hemingway Design. 

For more details, visit www.kingslynnbusinessweek.com