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David - Our New President

As you may know, we had a very successful and well attended AGM last month at The Hock Cellar. I would like to thank Fullers for hosting our unique AGM, and I already look forward to next year's meeting at the brewery.

I would like to extend my thanks to Suzie, for her help and advice during the transition from her four years of tireless work for our Chamber. Over the next few weeks and months, I aim to work with the executive and our members on cementing our Chamber as the voice for business in Brentford. As a Chamber we have a challenge ahead of us. How do we remain relevant in today's modern business place?

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Brentford Chamber Executive meet with Essential Living

Essential Living are the developer who have bought the land currently occupied by Morrisons. Last week they met with the executive of Brentford Chamber of Commerce to hear about their priorities for the area. It is refreshing to talk to a developer about options for a site before plans have been firmed up and there is little left for negotiation.

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New Executive and President

At our Annual General Meeting the current Executive and President will retire and a new team will be elected. Several members of the Executive are stepping down this year due to other commitments and Suzie Betlem has now been President for 4 years which is the maximum term of office.

We would welcome Chamber members stepping forward to help run the Chamber and there is no need to wait to be asked.

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CS Interiors Make Plaster Interesting

CS InteriorsIn the fifth of a series looking at quirky Brentford businesses in partnership with BrentfordTW8.com, we interview Kris Krzyzanowski of CS Interiors.

Who are you?

CS Interiors has been in business for over 20 years and in Brentford since 2005 manufacturing handmade fibrous plaster moulding.

 

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Brentford Waterside Strategy

lots ait boat tripWe've sent a letter to Brendon Walsh, Director Regeneration, Economic Development and Environment on the need for a waterside strategy in Brentford:


I am writing on behalf of Brentford Chamber of Commerce to firmly support the letter (ref BCC761) recently sent to you by Brentford Community Council urging for a waterside infrastructure.

Brentford Chamber has several members who either work with boats, on boats or live in them and all who live in Brentford respect the added value that the waterside gives us as community.

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