Haslemere news … from the Chamber and its members
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Haslemere Educational Museum Golf Day 2021 took place on Friday 10th at Chiddingfold Golf Course. This annual fundraising event was like so many, cancelled last year due to the global pandemic and so the return to the fairways was very welcome. Players enjoyed a bacon...
Haslemere Educational Museum is delighted to receive the prestigious Sandford Award for Quality Heritage Education for the second time in succession. The Sandford Award has celebrated and promoted high quality in heritage education since 1978 and is the only scheme in...
The Haslemere & District Chamber of Trade & Commerce has responded to South Western Railways (SWR) proposal to reduce peak time trains from Farncombe, Godalming and Haslemere from 4 an hour to 3. Chamber President Craig McGowan said: "Haslemere's fast and...
The Chamber held its first vintage, craft and artisan Market on Saturday 21st August. Despite a drizzly start, rain didn’t stop play with more than 20 stall holders giving local residents and out-of-town visitors much to explore at the St Christopher’s Green site.
In September and October this year, the Museum team are pleased to be hosting four exhibitions, all showcasing a wealth of local artistic talent.
Most employees and workers would tell their employer that what they do or say outside of the workplace is a private matter and not the concern of their employer. Some behaviours, however, can impact the reputation of the employer. Brenda Roper of B&D Roper Ltd sets out why its important for businesses to develop a robust Equal Opportunities Policy.
Three years ago, friends of a patient at Holy Cross Hospital launched a fundraising appeal to build a wheelchair accessible treehouse so that patients could experience and enjoy the hospital’s woodland setting.
Following some epic fundraising feats which included a walk in the Antarctic Circle, a cycle ride from Greenwich to Portugal, a row along the Thames from Oxford to London and some very generous donations, the dream has been realised.
New monthly initiative to showcase local talent gathers pace
Getting the right person for your vacancy can be challenging and the temptation is often to take the first person that applies for the post you are advertising. Brenda Roper of B&D Roper Ltd sets our key considerations for employers who want to get recruitment right
Almost 30 local business people attended the event which provided a welcome opportunity to share a drink and catch up after so many months of virtual meetings. Chamber members elected the Chamber’s President and a 10-strong Committee
Now that restrictions have been lifted, Brenda Roper of B&D Roper Ltd considers how employers can create a ‘COVID-confident’ workplace
New survey aims to capture views on how business are adjusting to life after 19th July