Stirling City Centre – what is its future?

Shameless Plug Time

Next Monday 14th October at 1930 in the Stirling Smith Museum and Art Gallery  (home to the world’s oldest football) I am giving a public talk, the first in a series of three presented by the Stirling Civic Trust.

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Over the next few months the Stirling Civic Trust have set up three open sessions on the future for Stirling City Centre. Moving from the general to the particular the second session looks at the local authority angle and response and the third on the heritage in Stirling’s shop fronts.  I start on Monday with a ramble through town centres and retailing. It should be interesting – except for the first presentation, of course.

About Leigh Sparks

I am Professor of Retail Studies at the Institute for Retail Studies, University of Stirling, where I research and teach aspects of retailing and retail supply chains, alongside various colleagues. I am Chair of Scotland's Towns Partnership. I am also a Deputy Principal of the University, with responsibility for Education and Students.
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