Great British High Street Awards 2014 submission [PRESS RELEASE]

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The Roman Road Residents and Business Association (or the RRRBA, and formerly Roman Road Town Team) has entered Roman Road into the Great British High Street Awards 2014 and here’s how you can secure Roman Road’s high street win.

Roman Road has got a great chance of winning. If it does, the Roman Road Residents and Business Association (the team who brought you this very website RomanRoadLondon.com and Roman Road Festival) could win a possible £10,000 to go towards high street initiatives including the planned Roman Road Winter Festival.

To help Roman Road win we need your messages of support on Twitter and Facebook. The more activity on Twitter and Facebook that can be mustered, the more the judges can get a feel for the wide range of projects that the Roman Road Residents and Business Association (RRRBA) has undertaken to help the high street and the local community.

We need endorsements from all parts of the community: residents, businesses, community groups, artists, charities – to reflect the huge range of people who have been involved in this work. So, whoever you are, your opinion makes a difference.

THERE ARE TWO EASY WAYS TO SUPPORT ROMAN ROAD’S BID:

1. TWITTER *

Please tweet @RomanRoadLDN and say what you think the RRRBA has done well for Roman Road with these hashtags: #GBHighSt and #RRRBA

2. FACEBOOK 

  • Go to the RomanRoadLDN Facebook post
  • Add a comment about what you think the #RRRBA has done that is great for Roman Road
  • Share it to a friend and ask them to support Roman Road by adding a comment too

* The judges specify support should be shared via Twitter, but if you don’t have Twitter then use Facebook. If you are on both then please do both!

Follow Tabitha Stapely:

Tabitha Stapely is a local resident and CEO of Roman Road Trust, a community development organisation working on the regeneration of Roman Road. Stapely is also founder of Social Streets CIC, a digital content consultancy and training company helping grow audiences for impact audiences.

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