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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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Tony & Mike: The Country Owl and the City Squirrel at Lighthouse Poole’s Centre for the Arts

Tony & Mike: The Country Owl and the City SquirrelA charming story for the over 3s about making friends, being different and why that’s OK, Tony & Mike: The Country Owl and the City Squirrel features puppetry, original music and a squirrel flying machine and arrives at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the artson 31 October.

Studio, Lighthouse, Poole
Saturday 31 October

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Miss Nightingale – the musical by Matthew Bugg at Lighthouse Poole’s Centre for the Arts

Miss Nightingale – the musical by Matthew BuggSex, scandal and showbiz 1940s style, Miss Nightingale – the musical by Matthew Bugg visits Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, on 30 and 31 October as part of its fourth and final UK tour.

Bringing the on-stage glamour and off-stage affairs of war-torn London to life, audiences across Britain have adored this fabulous, feel good tale of love, loss and hope performed by a multi-talented cast whose members not only act, dance and sing, but also play all the instruments live on stage!

Theatre, Lighthouse, Poole
Friday 30, Saturday 31 October

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Royal Navy are guests at Air Festival Patron’s reception

Left to right David Bailey Hotel Miramar, Commodore Jamie Miller, Andrew Alder Saffery ChampnessOn the eve of Bournemouth Air Festival, members of the Patrons 100 Club met for an evening reception at the Highcliffe Marriott Hotel.

The Patron’s scheme sponsors the twilight events at the Air Festival and has also made substantial donations each year to nominated charities.  This year the deserving charities that benefit include Royal Navy Royal Marines Charity, RAF Benevolent Fund and ABF The Soldiers Charity.

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Recruiters paid to give their cars the sack

Teamjobs MD Jason Gault (right) is paying his recruiters extra cash for cycling or walking to work and using the company's new electric car.TeamJobs in Poole is paying its staff to leave their cars at home.

Employees at the specialist recruitment agency in Parkstone are being paid an extra £50 a month if they walk or cycle into work.

On top of that they are also receiving free fruit at their desks and have the use of a new Nissan Leaf electric car for their business mileage.

The healthy measures are the brainchild of TeamJobs' MD Jason Gault.

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