Response to the crypto situation from Brixham Chamber of Commerce

Dear all, We are fully aware of the significant impact the recent water problems have had on many businesses in Brixham and beyond. We’ve seen tourism numbers take a major hit and still well down, with no clear end in sight. The impacts of the negative publicity are...

Brixham is open for business

We just want to reassure everyone that Brixham is open and ready to welcome you. All our business are going above and beyond to make sure you are safe and have a great time. There is plenty of bottled water available FREE OF CHARGE and just remember boiled water is OK...

South West Water Update

Brixham update - 17th May 2024 We would like to reassure customers that we are continuing to work closely with the UK Health Security Agency and other public health partners to urgently investigate the source of the contamination. Our ground teams are working hard,...

Anthony Mangnall MP Update

"I have just joined a call with the Environment Secretary and South West Water for an update on the ongoing situation in Brixham. Susan Davy, CEO of SWW confirmed the water company is continuing to work round the clock to identify the source of contamination and...

Cryptosporidiosis Information

Cryptosporidiosis is a disease caused by microscopic germs – parasites called Cryptosporidium. Cryptosporidium can be found in water, food, soil or on surfaces or dirty hands that have been contaminated with the faeces of infected humans or animals. What are the...
Free Management Essentials Course

Free Management Essentials Course

The government has recently launched the new Help to Grow: Management Essentials course, a short online course with practical tips and resources for small business leaders. Based on the 12-week Help to Grow: Management Course, Essentials is suited for leaders of newer...

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Brixham Pirate Festival – 4-6th May

Brixham Pirate Festival – 4-6th May

The annual Brixham Pirate Festival is a swashbuckling mix of seaside shenanigans and pirate-themed fun for all the family. Billed as “the annual gathering of the world’s most infamous pirates and lowly scallywags,” over the past decade the event has grown into hugely...

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Chamber Open Meeting – 23rd April, 7pm

Chamber Open Meeting – 23rd April, 7pm

Our next Chamber of Commerce open meeting is on Tuesday 23rd April, 7pm at the Berry Head Hotel. We usually invite guest speakers to our open meetings but are trying out a different approach this time. It’s going to be a more interactive forum to usual where we get to...

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Naturally Inspiring Business Awards 2024

Naturally Inspiring Business Awards 2024

The Torbay Weekly Naturally Inspiring Business Awards 2024 are calling for entries!  Here’s your chance to showcase your business and to celebrate all that is good about it. The categories and category sponsors are: Overall Business of the Year (the winner of winners...

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Local Visitor Economy Partnership (LVEP) for Devon

Local Visitor Economy Partnership (LVEP) for Devon

Visit England has today announced that Devon and Partners have achieved a new Local Visitor Economy Partnership (LVEP) accreditation for the county.The status will support a collaboration of local authorities and organisations to promote and manage the growth of...

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Working for Brixham

Brixham Chamber of Commerce is an independent organisation which promotes and protects the interests of businesses in Brixham. Founded in 1923, we provide organisations with practical support, useful connections and representation in local, regional and national government. By number of members, we are the third largest Chamber in Devon and as an associate of Devon Chamber of Commerce, we are part of The British Chambers of Commerce network. We also have representation on  the Executive of the Torbay Business Forum and are a founding partner of the Torbay Business and Chambers Network.

We are a not-for-profit organisation. All proceeds we generate go towards resources for our members or to promote and support the community within Brixham. We regularly support local festivals, events and community groups and give time and resources to intitiatives to improve the general environment for residents and visitors.

Membership is open to individuals and organisations of all sizes and all sectors with
business interests in Brixham. We are a friendly and inclusive group and at just £35 per year, membership represents excellent value for money.

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An interesting debate around cash verses card...Seaside businesses are urging customers to pay by cash, after being hit with crippling card machine fees

www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/teignmouth-seaside-businesses-want-tourists-9310148
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An interesting debate around cash verses card...

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Card companies charge about 1% on average, Banks charge businesses about 1% to deposit cash, if you just take cash you will definitely lose business

*FULL COUNCIL MEETING - 5th June 2024*
The next meeting of Brixham Town Council will take place in the Function Room at the Town Hall. Starting at 6pm the main doors will be open to the public from 5:30pm.

To view the agenda and any associated documents visit our website www.brixhamtowncouncil.gov.uk/the-council/minutes-and-agendas/full-council/
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