May 16, 2011

More than a hundred members and guests packed the Old School Rooms in Chew Magna to celebrate Chew Valley Chamber of Commerce’s tenth anniversary.


President Jim King offered a special welcome to Brigid Musselwhite, President of Bath Chamber of Commerce and Councillor Sarah Bevan, Chairman of Bath and North East Somerset Council.

He reminded the gathering of the importance of a Chamber of Commerce, especially in a rural area, providing businesses with a chance to get to know one another and to air concerns and do something about them.


The food and drink were well appreciated as were Marlouqui, a trio made up of Quita Colson (clarinet), Louise Palmer (flute) and Marilyn Childs (piano), playing their own brand of Chamber music !

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