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The aims of the Chamber are to:

Promote local business

Represent and look after business interests

Help and inform traders on business matters

Work in, with and for the local community

2021 membership

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.


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


November newsletter

By News Editor | November 15, 2021

Those of you subscribed to our mailing list should have received our November newsletter with lots of updates about what is happening in Wayland over the coming months. If you are not on our mailing list then you can subscribe from the pop up on this site. *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*   NOVEMBER NEWS CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE A slightly…

September Newsletter

By News Editor | October 6, 2021

We are making our regular member newsletter available to read on our website to keep you informed of both local and national business issues as well as our own plans for support for members and the wider business community. Non members are welcome to sign up to this newsletter – just fill in the pop…

Dates for the Diary – Chamber Workshops

By News Editor | August 17, 2021

FREE for Members As mentioned in our last newsletter the Chamber is offering a series of three workshops the first of which is on Cloud Accounting on Wednesday 22nd September, the second on “Gaining value from a website” on 4th October and the last on on legal matters for small businesses in late October. The…

Spring-Back Business Grants

By News Editor | August 16, 2021

The Spring-Back Business Grants announced in June by Breckland are still available for retailers. The Breckland Council are still offering their Shop Front Improvement Scheme – can apply for financial support for improvements and enhancements to their shop frontage – from a lick of paint through to a replacement frontage www.breckland.gov.uk/16947/Spring-Back-Business-Grants

Thriving Workplaces – a FREE service to any Norfolk Business

By News Editor | August 16, 2021

Covid-19 has placed unprecedented strains on businesses and staff over the last 18 months. Thriving Workplaces – Norfolks’ Workplace Health Provider commissioned by Norfolk County Council offer a range of free services to local Businesses that might be of interest – they include: Workplace Health Champion Training and Support Mental Health First Aid Training Digital…

Grants of £5,000 to £30,000 Available

By News Editor | August 16, 2021

Are you a business looking to expand your operations, to upgrade technology or purchase new equipment, or wanting to develop tourism then this new DRIVE grant might be suitable for you. DRIVE stands for Delivering Rural Investment for Vital Employment. It is a new business mentoring and capital grant funding programme to help small to…



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