Article sent in from chamber member Jan Merriott BSc., MRICS – www.bartlepye.co.uk Did you know you are entitled to defer rates over 10 instalments? Here we go again… Beginning to gear up for 2010 and information beginning to become available Current rateable values based upon 2005 rental values and new rates coming into effect April 2010 […]
Dorset’s World Heritage Coast is not only steeped in geology but also provides a haven for many different species of fish and shellfish, which support an active fishing fleet of family businesses. The Dorset Seafood Festival will celebrate the county’s inseparable links with the sea, the fishing communities and explore the journey our seafood takes […]
Three mayors, preceded by the two borough maces, processed from Hope Square, along Nothe Parade to the Nothe Fort, to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the twinning between Weymouth & Portland and Louviers in Normandy. A splendid spectacle, the rarely seen civic procession was arranged specially to honour the visitors from Normandy. On her first […]
Weymouth & Portland Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Tourism has approached Justin King, Chief Executive of Sainsbury’s, to suggest the food giant takes over the former Woolworths store in the town centre as a Sainsbury’s Local.
The Borough Council tells me that there are some 12,000 disabled residents in Weymouth & Portland, plus 400,000 valued disabled visitors to the borough. Council officer Julia Willoughby takes a special interest in the needs of the disabled and wants more businesses to register their disabled-friendly status on two websites widely used by the disabled […]
“Every year we look for a local creative graphic designer to produce our membership certificates- an opportunity for a local company to show what they can do,” Weymouth & Portland Chamber of Commerce President George Afedakis told the February Business Breakfast at the Rendezvous. “This year we invited Linda Cleary, the principal of Cleary Creative […]