What is English tuition for tourists and why is it important to study here? If you are going to the UK to study English, it is not unreasonable to keep in mind a list of basic questions to which you should look for an answer. Where? For whom? For what? Is there a difference in […]
Membership costs the equivalent of less than £1 per week (for the majority of businesses) – and for such a small cost, the benefits to you – and us – are huge.
Why the Chamber needs your membership
The Chamber relies on your membership to operate – not only financially but to facilitate a strong network of business leaders that are able to work together. The more members we have, the bigger a difference we can make (if all local businesses joined, imagine the positive impact we could have on the local economy by having such a coordinated network of business owners and local advocates). There is strength in numbers, and we need your membership to continue to do the work that benefits our wonderful town and surrounding villages.
Why you need the Chamber
The Chamber’s goal is to help further the interests of small businesses in our local area. Being a member offers you access to networking events (although there haven’t been any recently due to Covid-19) and the Chamber also act as a direct link to local and regional council representatives.
One of the main benefits of Chamber membership is the promotional opportunity provided by the Chamber-run website: www.settle.org.uk. The website has just received a £15,000 makeover (thanks to grant funding from Craven DC) and allows members the opportunity to have a premium business listing in the directories, as well as to contribute content – such as news articles and event listings.
Would you like to be more involved?
The Chamber is run by a Steering Group of volunteers (all local business owners/managers). The Steering Group meet regularly (presently via Zoom) to discuss issues and to progress projects. We would love for more members to be involved in the Steering Group meetings – whether as occasional attendees or as volunteers who would like to be involved in the maintenance and growth of the Chamber’s operations. Please get in touch if you could spare a bit of your time to help our local business community
Self-education: a family contract, a broken record? Interviewer. Good afternoon, dear ladies and gentlemen! In today’s article, the name of which is familiar to you almost by heart, we will talk about one type of self-education, which is called family education. We can say with confidence that family education is a very complex and capacious […]
Events 1. Thurs 30 June: Last Settle Scottish Dancing Class for this term. . 7.30pm to 10pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle. Party night. Classes recommence on September 8th there will be a series of Beginners Classes starting. at 7pm St John’s Church Hall, Settle BD24 9JH: 2. Fri 1 July: First day of the month “Walk for the climate” Malham Tarn Fen. 1.5 […]