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We are currently looking for Trade Associations in Poole to become affiliated with the Chamber.

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The Poole Chamber of Trade & Commerce is committed to providing local businesses with practical and relevant support. The Chamber provides a platform for businesses to engage, providing the opportunity for local businesses to network, and, give local businesses a strong voice in our community. We strive on our ability to provide dedicated support to businesses and individuals who want to improve, and hope to play an important role in encouraging and shaping the future economic prosperity of our local community.



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Saxe Coburg become latest Poole Park Photomosaic gold sponsor

/L-R. Eunice Marsden Maximillian Z de Kment Martin Whitchurch.jpgThe Poole Park Heritage Group is delighted to welcome Saxe Coburg on board as the latest gold sponsor for the Poole Park Photomosaic project.

The property agent, which is based in Canford Cliffs is in good company, with other gold sponsors announced so far including Poole Hospital and Trethowans, formally Dickinson Manser.

Maximillian Z de Kment, CEO of Saxe Coburg said: “Saxe Coburg is proud to be the Property Partner for the Poole Park Photomosaic project. ‘Standing still is the fastest way of moving backwards in a rapidly changing world.’ It is vital to invest for the future of the Park and happiness of all that use it. A real gem in our community!”


A Pleasing Terror @ Lighthouse Poole

Robert Lloyd Parry as M R James 3 credit Shelagh Bidwell.jpgThere’s nothing like a ghost story to stir the Christmas spirit and in his one-man show A Pleasing Terror, actor R M Lloyd Parry recounts two classic tales at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 December.

More than a century after they were first published, the ghost stories of M R James retain their power to terrify and amuse. This gripping one man show retells two of the earliest and eeriest – Canon Alberic’s Scrap-book, in which a young Cambridge antiquary discovers the devil in the details of an old book in a medieval town in the French Pyrenees; and The Mezzotint about a ghoulish revenge that is enacted within a work of art, before the helpless eyes of a museum curator in Oxford.


Help bring Christmas Jumper Day joy to local hospice

(L-R) Sally Goodenough and Louise Jones from Lewis-Manning's Fundraining Team  in their Christmas JumpersLewis-Manning Hospice in Poole is asking people to get involved in its Christmas Jumper Day on December 1st and bring a bit joy to the office or home by wearing their best (or worst!) knitwear to help raise some money for the charity.

The event is aimed at getting both local people and businesses into the Christmas spirit by donning festive attire for the day, with each participant making a donation to the charity who give free care and support to over 700 local people a year living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.


Lighthouse Introduce Dementia Friendly Film Screenings

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Monthly ‘dementia-friendly’ daytime screenings of classic movies are set to become a regular feature of the film programme at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts thanks to a new initiative created in partnership with Borough of Poole.

The screenings, although not exclusively for people with dementia, are particularly suitable for people affected by the condition, their partners and family members, as well as the people who care for them professionally.   It is understood that during the film there may be people talking, moving around or leaving the cinema, and additionally, the volume is reduced slightly, cinema house lights are left on low so that people can see to move around and staff are on hand to assist.




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