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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.
2021 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
Our Chair David Dent gave a presentation and joined in discussion at the recent Anglia LEP virtual online conference.
Myhills is a Norfolk based business that has been trading for over 75 years, we offer a loyalty card for customers when they shop with us which can be used at any of our 6 stores.We have a delivery service that runs locally around watton every Wednesday. We offer a wide range of products for…
C C Wells have been trading in Watton Market for 40 years as a family business. In this time we have seen many families generations shop with us. In recent times the market has seen us move to new locations. Watton market is busy for us with a lot of regular custom weekly and we…
Set in the Wayland Village of Thompson, College Farm offers bed and breakfast accommodation, afternoon teas and provides a beautiful setting for weddings. College Farm is run by Katharine Wolstenholme, who took over the B&B from her late mother Lavender and whose ancestors built the house back in the 14th century. The house has three…
Local photographer Matt Wells has been out and about in Watton since lock down undertaking photo stories about some of our local businesses. he has kindly given us permission to repost on our channels! First up Adcocks! “Adcocks originated in 1912, when the Great Grandfather of Paul , Mark & Chris, Ernest Adcock opened his…
Watton Town Council has a list of the services that local businesses are providing during lock down. This is updated regularly. https://waylandchamber.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Watton-Coronavirus-Business-List-2020.04.15.pdf You can download here and also check for new updates via their website. https://www.wattontowncouncil.gov.uk/ We are also sharing regular updates via our Facebook page. If you have any information or a service that…
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