Pair share group's top role
The organisation that fights the corner of Bath's independent guest houses, B&Bs and hotels has elected new co-chairmen.
Leslie Redwood and Ashley Baker were unanimously elected at the annual meeting of the Bath Independent Guest House Association (Bigha).
They take over from David Greenwood, who has retired and stood down.
The association opted to hold its AGM at the recently restored Holburne Museum and members were treated to a private viewing by museum director Xa Sturgis.
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Mr Redwood said: "We believe this is the start of an exciting new era for Bigha. This is our 21st year and we will be working to expand the association by at least 20 per cent over the coming 12 months.
"Our plans include higher marketing budgets to help promote members' interests and technical developments to increase commission-free bookings on our website.
"We will also be offering training in food safety, fire safety and IT to our members, and working to increase the influence and profile of Bigha with local residents, visitors, business organisations and B&NES Council."