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EU Referendum: BCC Information Sheets

British Chambers of Commerce have created a number of neutral EU Referendum briefings to provide information to businesses wanting clearer information on a number of issues. You can download the briefings at:...

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Chamber continues to support the Pirate Festival

Chamber continues to support the Pirate Festival

Chris Slack, who manages the Arts and Craft Market for the Chamber, recently presented a cheque for £1000 on behalf of Brixham Chamber to Pete Beresford, Chairman of the Brixham Pirate Festival 2016. Chris said “The Pirate Festival is hugely important to the town. As...

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How grandma’s passion became my life

How grandma’s passion became my life

Sandy Richards was a dedicated police officer who has now become a creative force within South Devon's sewing community running the highly successful Brixham Sewing Box. Anita Newcombe met Sandy to hear her story of work, love, play and self-discovery. The first time...

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School governors wanted

Churston Grammar are currently seeking applications for new governors to join the governing body. In particular they are looking for applicants with experience in one of the following areas: Legal Building and site management Large-scale fundraising/sponsorship...

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Exporting is GREAT Week

To mark Exporting is GREAT Week (18-22 April), Devon Chamber of Commerce is inviting businesses to attend a free international trade event on Wednesday 20th April at Santander PLC offices, Exeter, marking a new joint venture to promote International Trade. Devon...

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Looking to recruit locally?

Jobcentre Plus are looking for employers who would be willing to attend the Rebuild South West Passing Out Parade at The YES Centre Brixham, on Friday 18th March at 11:45am. The idea of the course is to help increase motivation and confidence to help claimants move...

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Chamber AGM 2016

Chamber AGM 2016

Brixham Chamber of Commerce is going from strength to strength and has ambitious plans for the com­ing year. The third largest in the county after Exeter and Plymouth, mem­bership of the chamber is thriving and deter­mined to continue to support and promote businesses...

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Spring Clean for the Queen Day

Spring Clean for the Queen Day

Brixham Future, Brixham Town Council, Pride in Brixham, Brixham Community Partnership, Brixham Chamber of Commerce with help from the Brixham Public are organising a Spring Clean for the Queen day on Saturday 19th March from 10 to 4pm. The Aim: to combine an Easter...

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Devon Chamber Annual Business Dinner

Devon Chamber Annual Business Dinner

Successful Dragon’s Den investor and UK entrepreneur, Deborah Meaden, has been announced as the key note speaker at Devon Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Business Dinner 2016. Taking place on Thursday 19th May at Sandy Park, Exeter, Devon Chamber of Commerce’s Annual...

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TBID – Promote Torbay

TBID – Promote Torbay

Torbay's tourism businesses are being urged to unite and get behind a new move to ensure the English Riviera is promoted properly as a top seaside resort both nationally and internationally. Plans for a tourism-only Business Improvement District for Torbay have been...

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New business helpline

Devon Chamber of Commerce has joined forces with an established law firm and a health and safety adviser to launch a free business helpline to support its county-wide member base. Modern law firm, GA Solicitors, and health and safety advisers, ManSys Solutions Ltd,...

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Rail study investment

Rail study investment

Devon Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the news that Ministers have confirmed funding for the two rail studies needed to complete the Westcountry’s bid for further investment. The announcement comes after Devon Chamber of Commerce joined the lobbying call of Peninsula...

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