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Trade Associations

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

If you are interested please contact us 



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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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Ellis Jones promotes 'rising stars' to Associate Solicitors

] Rising stars: Newly promoted Associate Solicitors Ian Butterworth (left) and Paul Kanolik (centre) with Ellis Jones' Managing Partner Nigel Smith.Two 'rising stars' at Ellis Jones have been promoted to Associate Solicitors.

Paul Kanolik works in the law firm's Banking & Finance Litigation department while Ian Butterworth is part of the Family department.


One charity + 40 local businesses = £34,000 in just seven days.

Eve Went (white t-shirt) co-founder of DCCF with Bournemouth Leukaemia Fund fundraisers (from left) Shirley Sherman, Estelle Wilson and Rosemary Mundy.

Local businesses have helped a Dorset cancer charity raise £34,000 in just seven days. Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF), which provides financial help for cancer sufferers, asked companies to support its Awareness Week - and was stunned by the response.


December @ Lighthouse Poole


There is a jam-packed line-up of events coming to Lighthouse Poole in December, check out the full listings here. 


She Called Me Mother @ Lighthouse Poole

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BAFTA and Golden Globe-nominee Cathy Tyson stars in Michelle Inniss’ new play She Called Me Mother at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts on 15 and 16 October.

The play invites the audience into the life of Evangeline Gardner – a homeless, 70-year-old Afro-Caribbean woman living on the streets where she is reunited with her estranged daughter Shirley. It is written in poetic Trinidadian vernacular rarely heard on our stages and is the second production from Black Theatre Live, a pioneering consortium of eight regional theatres, including Lighthouse, committed to touring inventive Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic theatre to venues across the country.




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