Chairman’s Report for the year ending March 2016 presented at the AGM held on Friday 18th March 2016, at the Old Bank House, Saxmundham
Business Awards launch
Vote online and in store for your local stars
Minutes of BoS AGM: 16th March
Minutes of Businesses of Saxmundham reconvened Annual General Meeting held on Monday 16th March 2015 at the Gannon Rooms Present: Ken Howe (Chairman), Peter Ewart (V-Chair), Carl Page (Treasurer), Lin Barnes (Secretary), Shelley Nott, Chris Wightman, David Simpkin, Emma K, Jan Wright (SCB), Jake Barton, Sarah Pastor Apologies: Clive Denton, Kerri Barker, Julia Ewar ...
BoS AGM 18th March
Join us for our AGM on Friday, 18th March – 5.30pm at The Old Bank House, Saxmundham. Hear about our work over the past 12 months and learn about our future plans.
Breakfast Club in Saxmundham
The Bell at Sax is playing host to Suffolk Coast Business’ February Breakfast Club
Suffolk Coast Business Event 16
This year, Ufford Park Hotel, Golf & Spa plays host to the Suffolk Coast Business Event: Routes to Market The £35 delegate fee includes speakers, masterclasses, interactive stands and networking opportunities – plus lunch and refreshments! Book your place by 31st January for a chance to win a case of wine, sponsored by Persell Ewart & Co The Event takes place on Wedn ...
MENTA the Suffolk Enterprise Agency
Find out about the support, events and training available in MENTA’s programme for January to June 2016. Regular events include Coffee Means Business, hosted by Seckford Hall and sponsored by BoS member Ensors Chartered Accountants – meet over 40 business people over a coffee and hear from interesting speakers, for just £2 entry. No booking required. Free, impartial business ...
FREE business workshop
Is your business prepared for severe weather? Find out how to protect yourselves and your customers from disruption.
This weekend in Saxmundham
Christmas in Saxmundham was a great success, supported by many community groups. See our Facebook page for photos from the popular Pop Up, Pop In venture. A large crowd joined the lantern procession from St John’s church for the carols in Fromus Square and the switch-on of the new lights. As one of the organisers said “I haven’t seen as many people on the High Street for many ...