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  • BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker: Summer Statement schemes fall short in protecting firms and jobs
    5th August 2020

    Results from the latest BCC Coronavirus Business Tracker reveal that businesses are still facing significant cashflow challenges with the schemes announced in the Summer Statement failing to provide support at the scale needed to protect jobs after the furlough scheme

  • Reigate Business Guild take difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Reigate Christmas Fayre
    4th August 2020

    It is with a heavy heart that the Reigate Christmas Fayre committee have come to the decision to cancel the 2020 Christmas Fayre due to the on-going Coronavirus outbreak. The Christmas Fayre held in Church Street, Reigate has been a

  • New events on sale at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
    3rd August 2020

    The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford is thrilled to be opening its doors once again with series of films and live events this summer and autumn. On Saturday 8 August, enjoy a drink and an afternoon of live Jazz on the riverside terrace

  • Latest Government Covid Info – 3rd August
    3rd August 2020

    As per the Prime Minister’s statement this on the afternoon of 31 July, plans to reopen higher risk settings from 1 August will be postponed for at least a fortnight.   That means that, until 15 August at the earliest:

  • Brooklands Museum awarded emergency Heritage Lottery Fund grant
    3rd August 2020

    Brooklands Museum awarded emergency Heritage Lottery Fund grant Brooklands Museum, heritage site and home to an incredible collection of cars and aircraft, including Concorde, has been awarded a grant of £250,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help secure

  • No more Transition at the UK Border
    30th July 2020

    The UK left the European Union on 31st January 2020, and the transition period comes to an end in December this year. It is vital that businesses take action now to get ready for a new border operating environment from

  • Council agrees strategic plan for working towards net zero carbon
    30th July 2020

    A new high-level action plan has been agreed by the Executive which will help the Council continue to work towards achieving net-zero carbon by 2030. The new framework will allow the Council to develop a series of projects that aim

  • Enterprise M3 supports call for greater regional ownership of strategic transport decisions in the south east.
    30th July 2020

    A ground-breaking bid for regional control of strategic transport decisions in the South East of England has been submitted to government by a partnership of the region’s local authorities and business leaders.     The proposal from Transport for the

  • Gold – More Room to Run?
    29th July 2020

    Gold is glistening at the moment with investors furiously flooding into the precious metal, pushing prices to all-time highs in the spot market, and above $2,000/oz in the futures market. The yellow metal’s ascent comes as investors continue to seek

  • Test and Trace & Local Outbreak Control Plan
    29th July 2020

    Keep Surrey Safe Communications Toolkit for businesses 27 July 2020 Dear Business Owners and Managers, Surrey County Council has launched a phased communication campaign entitled ‘Keep Surrey Safe’ to raise awareness that everyone who has symptoms of Coronavirus can now

  • An update from Fetcham Park House
    29th July 2020

    The doors at Fetcham Park are open once again and welcoming our clients back. As lockdown eases, and with safety measures in place, life has returned to the House which has been adapted for working under the ‘new normal’ conditions.

  • Welcome Hennessey Brown Music\ Buzz Music Group
    29th July 2020

    We are delighted to be welcomed to the Surrey Chambers family and hope that we may be able to collaborate and support many of you in the coming weeks and months. Our full names are Cressida Wislocki and Jonathan Hennessey