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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.



Latest News


Bennington Green Raise Funds for MacMillan Caring Locally

Bennington GreenBENNINGTON GREEN, Dorset's leading multi-disciplined building and construction consultancy practice, held its golf day recently in aid of charity.

A break in the weather provided a glorious sunny day for the golfers and enabled them to enjoy a Pimms (or two!) on the way round the course.



Hot Radio

The airwaves are heating up at community radio station Hot Radio with the arrival of Rocket Digital Media Ltd.

Rocket Digital Media Ltd’s Joannah Bishop, Rowan Jackson and Terry Bishop have joined the board of directors at Poole Community Radio Ltd, which holds the licence for Hot Radio.


Hospice gets ready to Light up a Life in Sandbanks

Lewis Manning Light up a LifeLewis-Manning has announced details of its annual ‘Light up a Life’ event, which will take place on Friday 28 November and this year will be returning to the grounds of the hospice on Evening Hill overlooking Poole Harbour. 

In addition, for the first time, they shall be preceding the service with a candle lit walk from Sandbanks, along the waterside and up to the hospice for those who would like to participate. Candles and lanterns will be provided in return for a small donation. Walkers will leave Sandbanks at 6.00pm and make their way along the seafront and up to the hospice to join the main service which starts 7pm.


Greendale Construction Director, Maria Seabright, Gives Evidence at Commission on Apprenticeships at Parliament

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Greendale Construction Finance/HR Director, Maria Seabright, yesterday attended the Houses of Parliament as part of a select panel to give evidence at the Commission on Apprenticeships; a cross-party commission set up to explore how to increase the number of high quality apprenticeships in the UK, and featuring the construction industry as a major case study sector.  The commission, who included co-chairs, Robert Halfon MP and Lord Maurice Glasman, were interested in hearing about Maria’s personal experience of apprenticeships, the costs and benefits to Greendale Construction, relationships with learning/training providers and funding arrangements.





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