Usually found lying low in dark corners ready to pounce on his next victim, Count Frogula has thrown
off his cape to enjoy a summer holiday here in Stockport. It looks like his pal Count Froglet has already sunk his teeth into a few too many blue-blooded residents.
Proudly sponsored by Totally Stockport
Totally Stockport is Stockport’s Business Improvement District, generally referred to as a BID and the organisation behind #Stockportfrogs
The Stockport BID generates funds through a BID levy, contributed to qualifying businesses within the town centre. These funds are specifically ring-fenced for projects that will enhance the town centre’s offering and generate additional footfall attracting new and returning customers for the BID levy payers. Priorities include making the town centre a safer place for customers and employees; stimulating and inspiring businesses to improve choice; marketing all areas of the town and to make it easier to do business in Stockport.
Stockport’s £1bn regeneration plan is transforming Stockport, a gigantic leap forward for the town centre, creating exciting opportunities for business and a destination of choice for residents and visitors. Totally Stockport is celebrating Stockport’s future with this unique art trail – Stockport’s Gigantic Leap Frog Art Trail – creating an engaging and vibrant, outdoor art trail attracting thousands of people from across the region and an opportunity to showcase Stockport, its business community and show how the town centre is changing. After the trail closes, the frogs will be auctioned with proceeds going to St Ann’s Hospice.
Lovingly created by Sian Ellis