Manor Royal BID Announces Hawth Partnership
Manor Royal BID has agreed a new partnership with The Hawth, which offers one of the most diverse programmes of arts and performance in the South East.
Manor Royal businesses and their employees are now able to access exclusive discounts on theatre tickets, conference and meeting rooms, cinema hire and refreshments at the venue, thanks to the BID. The new deal features a range of attractive discounts, including:
Best available price on theatre productions
Special offers for members via Manor Royal BID's monthly e-newsletter.
25% catering discount on hot food and drinks from the breakfast and lunch menus
20% discount on new enquiries for conference, meeting room and Curzon cinema hire.
To access these benefits, people will require a valid Manor Royal easitCard. Terms and conditions apply. Further details are available on the Manor Royal BID website (Partners and Benefits page).
This is just one of the benefits that the Manor Royal BID team has established for the 30,000 people working within the BID boundaries.
Steve Sawyer, Executive Director of the Manor Royal BID, commented: "One of the benefits of being a BID area is that we are able to negotiate special discounts for companies and their employees based in the business district. Conversely, we are able to encourage businesses to support local facilities. By launching this new partnership, it's a win-win for everyone."
Dave Watmore, General Manager at The Hawth said: "I'm delighted to team up with Manor Royal BID to give business district staff this offer. It's fantastic to have Crawley's entertainment and business hubs working together to reward hardworking staff in this way. We want to see as many people as possible use the facilities available to them at The Hawth, whether that be for a daytime meeting, a lunch with friends or a great night of theatre."
The Manor Royal BID is now into the fourth year of its first five year term, during which time a number of significant improvements have been delivered. Highlights so far include improved broadband infrastructure, creation of award-winning facilities, subsidised training programmes, discounted travel and reduced crime. The Manor Royal BID, which has been set-up and run by local businesses, is the largest of its kind in the UK.