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Membership of the Wayland Chamber of Commerce is open to any individual person, company or business interested in or actively engaged in business in the Wayland Area upon application and payment of the subscription fee for the year. The Committee of the Chamber of Commerce meets eleven times each year and new applications are considered at each meeting. The Committee reserves the right to refuse an application for membership without assigning a reason.
Every member pays an annual subscription of an amount determined by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in advance each year.
2020 MEMBERSHIP PRICES
All subscriptions become due on the last day of December each year. Only fully paid up members are entitled to vote and take part in Chamber activities unless specifically otherwise notified.
Businesses with 1-10 Employees - £45
Businesses with 11-24 Employees - £89
Businesses with 24 - 99 Employees - £125
Businesses with 100+ Employees - £189
Website and Directory Category Listings:
A benefit of membership is the promotion of your business on the Chamber website and our printed Directory. Each Business is allocated a single category listing in each. Many businesses find it useful for their customers to be listed under a number of different categories, for which the Chamber makes a small additional charge based on 10% of your membership subscription. i.e.
Businesses with 1-10 Employees - £4.5 per additional category
Businesses with 11-24 Employees - £8.9 per additional category
Businesses with 24 - 99 Employees - £12.5 per additional category
Businesses with 100+ Employees - £18.9 per additional category
Business leaders, retailers, local and district Councillors and senior executives of Norfolk research and innovation institutes met in Broom Hall Hotel near Watton to launch the Wayland Chamber of Commerce vision and strategy for Wayland Businesses. The audience of over 40 watched a promotional video highlighting the benefits of business in Wayland before a presentation…
A fantastic time was had by all at Watton Carnival on 15th September. As in previous years Wayland Chamber of Commerce was delighted to sponsor the Stage, which hosted local musicians after the open-air Sunday Service in the morning. The High Street was alive with stalls, games and rides for the children, including a display…
Hopefully you will have received our recent newsletter and read about the new Chamber Strategy which will be launched at an open event at Broom Hall on 4th October. We are very pleased that our local MP George Freeman and Minister of State for Transport, will launch this plan which outlines our vision for business…
The Wayland Chamber Committee recently signed off on our strategic plan for the next couple of years. The planning process is essential because it ensures we identify what we want to achieve and how best to achieve those things, in this case on your behalf, as our members. The plan is our call to action…
The Norfolk Enterprise Festival held its second event at Hoveton Hall on Saturday 13th July. David Dent and Heather Nunn attended on behalf of the Wayland Chamber. In a programme that highlighted key business issues and opportunities in the County it was possible to listen to presentations on subjects as diverse as the future of…
Jan Godfrey with George Freeman MP and Paul Adcock. It is with great sadness that we inform you of the recent passing of Jan Godfrey MBE, a true friend and advocate of Wayland, who will be greatly missed and mourned by her family and her many friends and colleagues across Breckland. Our thoughts, prayers and…
Regular shoppers in the High Street will no doubt be familiar with Watton Bakery – the town’s excellent supplier of bread, cakes and of course its famous sausage rolls! The Bakery has been open for two years and is run by husband and wife team Tony and Becky Blyth. As the Bakery has recently joined…
If you had not already noticed there has been a delay this year in delivering the Chamber Directory. I want to apologise for this delay, and to let you know that I fully appreciate the inconvenience this may be causing some of you and your businesses. We are working to resolve a few problems we…
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