The Chamber is holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 14th July 2021 18.30 – 21.00 at Haslemere Educational Museum.
Chamber Committee member Tom Pearse is undertaking a tough new cycling challenge to raise funds for local youngster Will Rios.
Haslemere’s independent businesses sign up to Chamber-backed Fiver Fest
Fiver Fest, the chance for independent businesses to use their collective power to encourage people back to town centres, returns this June
Waverley Borough Council announces new support offers for local tourism businesses
Haslemere Museum’s team of volunteers pulled off another successful fundraising Plant Sale despite the varied weather and restrictions imposed by Covid-19.
Surrey-wide project launches to encourage voluntary organisations to recruit and manage young volunteers aged 19 – 25
Time to Change project aims to increase the number of young volunteers (19 – 25 year olds) in Surrey by 10% over 1 year.
Haslemere Festival and Fringe to unveil four Sculptures in the Sky contemporary works of art at Lion Green this weekend.
The theme for this year’s International Nurses’ Day on 12 May was ‘Nurses: A Voice to Lead – A vision for future healthcare’, and at Holy Cross Hospital in Haslemere, nurses are encouraged and supported to do just that.
On Monday 17th May, Haslemere Museum was honoured to receive a visit from Mr Michael More-Molyneux, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, as he joined them to celebrate the re-opening of the Museum after the third national lockdown.
Brenda Roper of B&D Roper Limited outlines key staff-related considerations during sales, mergers and acquisition of businesses
Chamber President, Craig McGowan, has written to Co-op CEO Steve Murrells, asking for his personal input into the ongoing question of the derelict site behind Haslemere’s high street
After 15 years of treating patients and advising on their care, Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine Dr Phillip McCluskie has retired from Holy Cross Hospital in Haslemere.
Haslemere Museum welcomes new staff members ahead of public reopening on 17th May
The Hunter Centre’s temporary information hub will mark Dementia Awareness Week across town
The Museum’s Premises Manager, Nick Harding, and the outdoor volunteer team have been undertaking essential works to get the Museum ready.
You might come to the Museum for a talk on ‘The Mystery of the Marie Celeste’ and leave with a date to come and view an exhibition on contemporary weaving and the chance to find out about hiring our event space for a Covid-secure meeting or event.
The 75-minute Mummy MOT provides plenty of time for a thorough assessment and for women to ask questions or raise any concerns in a comfortable and private environment
Haslemere’s much-loved Museum is getting ready to welcome visitors back on 17th May – find out what’s planned for the re-opening
National silence to take place on Saturday 17th April.