Bromyard Chamber of Commerce and Industry was founded before 1949 (oldest documents we have) and since then has been representing the businesses and employers of Bromyard and its surrounding area.
It has been instrumental in the creation of two of Bromyard’s greatest traditions – Bromyard Gala and Bromyard Christmas Lights – and in recent times has been heavily involved in planning and development issues such as Porthouse, Tesco, wind turbine applications in Pencombe and Acton Beauchamp and Gladman housing development on Pencombe Road.
This website exists for three main purposes:
- To explain what the Chamber does, why it does it and for whom.
- To provide details of businesses and employers in and around Bromyard.
- To show the outside world what makes Bromyard so special for residents, visitors and businesses.
The Bromyard Chamber of Commerce and Industry meets at 7.30 pm on the first Wednesday on alternate months in the Oak Room at the Falcon Hotel in the centre of Bromyard. Visitors are welcome and membership of the Chamber costs just £20 per year for businesses and just £10 per year for non-commercial supporters.
2016 meetings are in:
3rd February – Presentation on Bromyard’s ‘Off The Record’
6th April – Presentation on Proposed changes to St Peters church
1st June – Presentation on ‘Visit Herefordshire’
7th September – e-commerce – TBC
2nd November – TBA
7th December – AGM