Barnstaple & District Chamber of Commerce Ltd. has been supporting local business since 1911.

The Chamber strives to support and represent its members and the wider business community at local, regional and national level for the benefit of the local economy, adding value by helping them to succeed, grow and increase profitability. As a membership organisation, it provides a powerful voice for the business community, networking & sponsorship opportunities, events & training and disseminating information. As a company limited by guarantee, the Chamber is run by a voluntary Executive Board of Directors elected to oversee the operations of the Chamber. They meet monthly to develop and implement the Chamber’s strategy, policy and programme.
 

Some of our valued members

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Isca Barum Insurance Brokers Ltd

Telephone: 0345 241 6501

Website: https://www.iscabaruminsurance.co.uk/

Isca Barum Insurance is an independent insurance broker offering tailored solutions to businesses of…
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The Wright Property

Telephone: 01271 374062

Website: http://www.thewrightproperty.co.uk/

One of North Devon's leading Residential Sales, Residentials Lettings and Commercial Property specialists.
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Jerry Kent Consultancy

Telephone: 01271 323 765

Website: http://jerrykent.com/

Jerry Kent Consultancy is an architect’s practice established in 1992 that specialises in commercial…
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Red Oak Coaching

Telephone: 0843 289 8182

Website: http://www.redoakcoaching.co.uk/

Life can be full of ups and downs and whilst, on the whole we cope, there are times when we may need…

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