Letchworth town centre manager is moving on
A town centre manager in Comet country is to step down at the end of the year. Martin Fletcher has been the town centre manager in Letchworth GC since January 2007 and has announced he will be leaving when his contract expires. Mr Fletcher said: I ve enj
A town centre manager in Comet country is to step down at the end of the year.
Martin Fletcher has been the town centre manager in Letchworth GC since January 2007 and has announced he will be leaving when his contract expires.
Mr Fletcher said: "I've enjoyed my time in Letchworth and have made a lot of new friends, but I am looking forward to reactivating my regeneration and town centre consultancy, Urban Angle Ltd.
"When I came to the garden city, the consultancy was just starting to take off, but that all went on hold because of the demands of a full-time appointment.
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"Now I plan to spend a few months winding down with my wife, Val, and then I shall begin to build my business up again."
Widely experienced in partnership building, town centre management and event and project management, Mr Fletcher will be putting his knowledge to good use by providing short-term cover and interim management solutions for private and public sector organisations close to his Milton Keynes home.
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Letchworth Town Centre Partnership chairman Hugh Harper said: "We have benefited from Martin's knowledge and experience for the past three years and wish him every success in the future.
"The challenge for us is to find a replacement who will carry on the good work and help us increase our membership as we look forward to the establishment of a revitalised town centre.