Frome Chamber has welcomed Pauline Davey as its new President along with three new committee members.
Beckington’s Springmead School bursar Michael Mori, Andros UK Ltd Site Administration Manager Amanda Brown and online collectibles retailer Rebecca Preston of Legacy Antiques have joined the Chamber committee to help support its work and plan a wide programme of events for 2020.
They join current members Neil Howlett, of Harris and Harris Solicitors, Nigel Harris, of Burton Sweet Accountants, and Frome Town Council representative Cllr Andrew Palmer. Dennis Maps Managing Director Steve Burry has also returned to the committee.
Pauline, who works in PR and joined the committee in 2018, said: “We have a great range of business talent and expertise on the committee and we’re now in the planning phase for our programme of business events for 2020. We will have our monthly free Discuss and Do sessions which happen on the fourth Tuesday of the month and we are particularly excited about a new all-day event we are planning with Frome Town Council for October.
“Our mission at the Chamber is to contribute to make Frome a better place to live, do business and grow. We try to create connections and provide a voice for business in discussions and actions with other businesses, organisations and local Government.
“Our membership is growing and we’d encourage all businesses in Frome to consider joining us in 2020. We have a great new Discount scheme which they will benefit from and our membership fees, which are between £20 to £90, offer great value for money.”
Pictured left to right are Amanda Brown, Steve Burry, Pauline Davey, Neil Howlett and Rebecca Preston.