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Boscastle Chamber of Trade and Commerce is an organisation made up of business people from the village. Membership is open to any business owner whose business operates within Boscastle and the surrounding area with a postal prefix of PL35. The Chamber supports the endeavour of business in the village and its primary objective is the increase of commerce that is of benefit to the village as a whole. We meet once a quarter to discuss any issues of concern to traders and shoppers in the village. Boscastle is a wonderful village with a great mix of interesting independent businesses and we want to keep it that way.


     Here are just a few of the benefits of being a member of the Boscastle Chamber:

Membership runs from the 1st March for one calendar year. The membership fee for 2015 is only £25. If you think that some of the above
benefits could help your business, or if you are just interested in joining the Chamber, then you can find out more from the membership secretary.


 The following meetings have been set for the 2015 membership at 7.30pm at The Wellington Hotel lounge:
 Tuesday 24th April
 Tuesday 9th June
 Tuesday 8th September
 Tuesday 10th November
 with the final meeting and AGM on 9th February 2016.

 Should any additional activities or issues arise, additional meetings will be organised and publicised.


 Chair:  Peter Dixon [Cornish Rambler] T: 01840 250 330 Or

 Secretary: Sue Venning [The Boat House] T: 01840 250 239 Or

 Treasurer: Chris Searle [St Juliot B&B] T: 01840 250 225 Or

 Membership: Peter Templar [The Riverside] T: 01840 250 216 Or

 Debbie Beszant [Things] T: 07812 781897 Or

 Nick Chater [The Picture Parlour] T: 01840 250677 Or  

Come and have your say.
Voice your Ideas or concerns.
Meet like minded business people

Membership is just £25for the year

For More information or application form please contact a committee member

For Minutes of Regeneration Steering Group CLICK HERE

For Boscastle up and running after the flood CLICK HERE



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