Bromyard Chamber of Commerce and Industry was founded before 1949 (oldest documents we have) and since then has been representing the businesses and employers of Bromyard and its surrounding area.
In recent times has been heavily involved in planning and development issues such as Porthouse, Tesco, wind turbine applications in Pencombe and Acton Beauchamp and Gladman housing development on Pencombe Road.
This website exists for three main purposes:
- To explain what the Chamber does, why it does it and for whom.
- To provide details of businesses and employers in and around Bromyard.
- To show the outside world what makes Bromyard so special for residents, visitors and businesses.
The Bromyard Chamber of Commerce and Industry meets at 7.30 pm on the first Wednesday of the month in the Oak Room at the Falcon Hotel in the centre of Bromyard.
Visitors are welcome and membership of the Chamber costs just £20 per year for businesses and just £10 per year for non-commercial supporters.
To join please click HERE.
Next meeting of the Bromyard Chamber of Commerce & Industry
‘About the Folk Festival’
Wednesday 4th April, 7:30pm, at the Falcon Hotel, Bromyard
We are looking forward to welcoming Lynne Barker from the Bromyard Folk Festival to our next meeting.
The Folk Festival has been going since 1968 and attracts a wide audience from all over the country. The festival creates a special atmosphere in the town and the Friday night parade is always very entertaining.
All are welcome to stay for the Chamber meeting following the talk. We have a full agenda which can be viewed HERE and look forward to your participation
All our events offer a chance for business, festival and event organisers to work together to encourage visitors and income to our local area.
New members are very welcome.
For the latest news please click HERE.