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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
It spite of it being a last minute decision our stand at this year’s Norfolk Show in the Buy Local marquee came together thanks to the great support from many of our members. We shared our space with the Wayland Partnership and the Wayland Tourism Association with the aim of promoting business and tourism in…
Following the outstanding success of Blossom and Yarn back in 2015, this July saw the festival return with another creative knitting festival. The Wayland Chamber of Commerce was proud to be a sponsor of the event hosted by 6 of our area’s beautiful churches. Blossom and Yarn is the brain child of local artist and crafter…
The Willow House in Watton was the venue for the first ever Chamber Chat. All chamber members were invited to this free networking event aimed at providing an informal setting for members to meet and get to know each other. Those present enjoyed some excellent scones made by the Willow House and it was great…
We are thrilled to announce that we have secured last minute stand space at this year’s Norfolk Show in the Buy Local marquee We will be sharing the space with the Wayland Partnership and the Wayland Tourism Association with the aim of promoting business and tourism in our local area. To help us promote our…
On May 20th at the Queen’s Hall as a part of our Engaging Communities Day, we held a pilot event to celebrate and acknowledge the amazing contribution volunteers make to the Wayland community. For the Wayland Partnership alone, volunteers contributed over 8400 hours in 2016. Imagine that multiplied across the Wayland area! 18 volunteers were…
Our first Chamber Chat is taking place this Thursday at 5.30pm at the Willow House in Watton. This is an free, informal event for members and non members to meet and network. There will also be a chance to find out more about what the Chamber does and our plans for the future. So why…
The Chamber Committee continues to meet each month and in the last year financially supported the Senior Citizens’ Christmas Party, Watton Carnival, Watton Job Fair, Watton Radio and the Wayland Promotional Brochure. We were without a Chair or Vice-Chair for the whole of the year from Feb 2016-7. However, at our recent AGM we were…
Back in April, three members of the Wayland Chamber were at Hunters Hall for the launch of the annual Larking and Gowen Tourism and Business Survey. It was an informative and enlightening event with presentations from some of the key players in the leisure and tourism sector including Hoseasons, Adnams and Visit East Anglia. The afternoon was…
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