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April 2015 newsletter


Date for your diary

We're staging a breakfast meeting about Stanton Cross, a development set to deliver 3,100 homes and 7,500 new jobs to the town.

It takes place at Weatherbys Limited, Sanders Road, on May 8 between 8am and 9.30am. To read more, click here.


New president

David Cross is the new Chamber President, taking over from James Wilson.

James has successfully led the Chamber for the last two years, introducing our popular series of Breakfast Briefings as well as lobbying for positive developments for the borough.

David, who took over the reigns at our AGM on Tuesday, April 14, said: "I look forward to building on the excellent work led by James and taking the Chamber to the next level."


Lively debate at Question Time


Wellingborough’s strong commercial position was emphasised as debate raged during a Question Time-style event held in the town and organised by the Chamber.

Hot political topics were discussed during ‘Wellingborough Question Time’, which took place at the London Road site of Wrenn School on Tuesday, March 17. 


Strategy ‘not flexible’

The strategic vision for the future of Wellingborough needs to be more “flexible” instead of just focusing on office development, according to the Chamber. To read more, click here.


New-look website 

We've revamped our website, click here to check it out. There are plenty of new features, including a jobs page, social media feeds and opinion polls.


This is the first edition of our new series of monthly email newsletters. Tell us about your business news. We're always after stories which celebrate our great borough and its commercial successes.