Notes from the Chamber Committee meeting held on Wednesday 3rd July.
Organise a “meet the business event” to promote your business and provide a networking event for your customers.
Come and “Spend a Penny” with Peter and Lou at The Haslemere Hall!
Get a free marketing review with Mzuri, but be quick, the offer is only open to the first 5 Chamber members that respond.
Looking for desk space in a town centre location with all the facilities you could want for a low monthly rent?
A stream of fresh content is the key to unlocking the asset-potential of a business website.
Notes from the Chamber Committee meeting held on Wednesday 5th June.
Beware – Individuals have been receiving phone calls from people claiming to be a police officer or banking official
Brenda Roper discusses what constitutes reasonable adjustments for employees who have a disability
Royal Junior and Senior School pupils sweep the board at Rotary Young writers
The Royal Junior School welcomed hundreds of families at its annual Grow For It, a free gardening and wildlife event with garden designer, Kate Savill on 18 May.
Two members of Haslemere Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee attended the Gourmet Geezers dinner
The Rude Mechanical Theatre Co return to Haslemere Education Museum garden on Saturday 8th June to perform ‘Ikarus Inc’, a play about hopes and dreams.
Weyhill in Bloom have some amazing new ideas for improving the Shottermill end of Town… and we need your help
A round up of what was discussed and decided at the Chamber’s committee meeting on 1st May 2019.
The Professional Indemnity insurance market is going through a sea change. Click to read more
Last week saw the Chamber’s AGM – Another Great Margarita – being held at Hemingways.It was an opportunity for members to get together and celebrate what had been achieved in the last year and looking forward to the year ahead.
There is much concern as to whether the UK might face big changes to our employment law following our exit from the EU. This post briefly reviews the impact on UK employment law post Brexit.
A round up of what was discussed and decided at the Chamber’s committee meeting on 6th March.
Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) will increase on 6th April 2019 to £94.25 per week from its current rate of £92.05.