Our Chamber’s Latest News.

1911, 2018

Your views wanted

November 19th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorised|

Nailsea Chamber of Trade Acting Chairman, Ian Thompson, has been invited to attend a “Working Party” meeting tomorrow evening, organised by the district council to consult with Nailsea Town Council and “a cross section of the community” about their plans to expand Nailsea. The agenda can be found here. Ian would like to receive any comments related to the agenda and the plans released thus far from the Chamber and its members, so that he can best represent our views [...]

2903, 2018

You’re invited to the Nailsea Chamber AGM – 17th April 2018

March 29th, 2018|Categories: Chamber News|

You’re invited to attend the AGM of the Nailsea Chamber, to be held at 5.30pm on Tuesday 17th April at the old Youth House, 65 High Street, Nailsea, Bristol, BS48 1AW. To encourage you to join us there will be wine and nibbles, provided from Chamber funds. Nailsea Town Council Chairman, David Packham, will be attending to speak about how the Chamber and it's members can engage with the neighbourhood plan. Stephen Bashford (Head of Economic Development for North Somerset [...]

2410, 2017

October 2017 Newsletter – A successful night with more to come!

October 24th, 2017|Categories: Chamber News|

Events Firstly, we would like to say a big thank you to all those who attended the wine tasting event on 13th September. The event was a great success, with around 20 members/prospective members in attendance. The evening was hosted by Kelli Coxhead from the The Wine Shop in Winscombe, who was very engaging and kept us all entertained. The catering was by provided by Sapore Italiano, which is the Italian deli in Nalisea. The food was fantastic and we’d like [...]

3005, 2017

Nailsea Chamber of Trade unveil new website & logo.

May 30th, 2017|Categories: Chamber News|

Nailsea Chamber of Trade are pleased to finally unveil our new website and logo, in a major effort to improve the voice of businesses in Nailsea. Our new logo is based upon the same tree and leaves used previously, but uses a much more natural green and grey colour palette, whilst also stripping away some of the previous text elements used to establish a far cleaner appearance. The tree itself is also gone, and has been replaced with a circle [...]