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Angela Norrie named as new Elgin BID manager


By Jonathan Clark

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Elgin BID has appointed a new manager, with the current one set to start a new role with Moray Speyside Tourism.

Angela Norrie, who has experience in planning, strategies and sourcing funding, will take over from Gemma Cruickshank as Elgin BID manager. She will start her new position on Monday, August 15.

Elgin BID's new manager, Angela Norrie.
Elgin BID's new manager, Angela Norrie.

Ms Cruickshank, who has been BID manager for two years, will take over from Laurie Piper at Moray Speyside Tourism – with Mr Piper moving to Scottish Canals in Inverness.

On her replacement, Gemma said: "I'm really thrilled that Angela has accepted our offer to take up the position as manager with Elgin BID.

"It was clear that she has a wealth of experience and I have no doubts she will enjoy the role.

"The business community is under a lot of additional pressure and I am confident that we selected the right candidate for the post.

"We were really delighted with the quality of applications and the interview panel had a tough decision to make, but we know that Angela will be a great asset to the BID members and a wonderful advocate for the town.

"We would like to thank everyone who took the time to apply and particularly those who came along to interview.

"Leaving BID was not a decision I made lightly, and it has offered me a huge amount of reassurance that Angela is taking over. I wish her every success in the future.”


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