Christmas Social



7.30pm Thursday 8 December at Brympton d'Evercy House

**Festive jumper competition + more**

Prizes include M&S Hamper & Beales Voucher!

Drinks on arrival - wine supplied by Majestic Wine


This Event will be sponsored by Albert Goodman

Upcoming Events

08th Dec 2016
Festive Dinner

DavidThe President's Heartbeat Message

24th November 2016

Yeovil gas supplier Wales & West Utilities, will be digging holes around town from 16th January to upgrade gas underground gas pipes from metal to plasticSeveral town centre streets will be affected, and I am grateful on this occasion to Chamber member Linda Bassett of MPP Lettings in Church Street, for bringing this to my attention.  All affected businesses should have received a 10th November letter from W&WU.  If you did not receive this letter or have mislaid it, please email me, and I will send you a copy.  To ensure Chamber can notify members of upcoming change which may impact on the business community, in good time and to allow consultation opportunities, I have asked Yeovil Town Council, who sanction work such as gas pipe upgrades, to send me alerts.  On a positive; members may be pleased to learn that as a direct result of the good working relationship with Somerset County Council Highways, Chamber was able to persuade Highways to defer the major re-surfacing and drainage works on the Yeovil-Sherborne A30 dual carriageway away from the planned November/December 2016 dates.  The A30 re-surfacing work will now take place in July 2017, and avoid the compounding of any disruption arising from the ongoing Lyde-Sherborne junction works.

David Woan - President, Yeovil Chamber

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Yeovil Chamber is the BIG voice for business and commerce for local, regional, and national issues; actively promoting new opportunities for our members, and the wider business community.

To keep members informed and empowered, our Executive Committee meets monthly, and regularly engages with Stakeholders such as Yeovil Town Council, South Somerset District Council, Somerset County Council, Avon & Somerset Police, the Western Gazette, and our Member of Parliament.  Through these relationships, we are able lobby and fight for the business community, all the way up to Westminster, on hot issues such as business rates, and broadband provision.

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Chamber now has a direct influence on the delivery of the economic regeneration budget, through our work with South Somerset District Council, and our board membership of the Yeovil Vision group.

Our membership of the Yeovil One Crime & Safety Team sees Chamber working with the PCC, senior police officers, and town centre security officers, to keep crime rates low, and keep anti-social behaviour out of Yeovil town centre.

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