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new vision sets out how the Welsh Government, the retail sector and trade unions will work together to develop a successful, innovative, sustainable and resilient sector retail is Wales’ biggest private sector employer, providing jobs to more than 114,000 people across the
A small group of Porthcawl Traders gathered together  in SUSSED to enjoy the start of the Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations. Thank you Porthcawl Town Council for the Jubilee cake and Elen Jones for Jeniphers Coffi – fairly traded all the way from Uganda,
Available to order from SUSSED cotton reusable bunting 3m for £14.99 handmade in Porthcawl by Cwtchable Creations. Also there is Welsh Flag Bunting available to local businesses. Please arrange collection and return with SUSSED. SUSSEDJames StreetPorthcawl Tel: 01656 783962 www.sussedwales.com
The Chamber’s last AGM was in 2019. A lot has happened since then and still is! The early period covers a time characterised by storms, floods, high temperatures, plus high-profile campaigns highlighting the climate/ ecological emergency – the ‘Greta effect’ and also
Thank you to those who attended last evening’s AGM. Proceedings went very well with a buffet reception to conclude, enjoyed by all. For those members who were unable to attend, I am pleased to let you know the results of the election
Business Rate payers in Bridgend County Borough will benefit from the extension of the Retail, Leisure and Hospitality Rates Relief Scheme for 2022-23. Welsh Government has announced that it will provide support to eligible businesses by offering a discount of 50 per
A seafront park is set to be created in Porthcawl following the approval of a new Placemaking Strategy that will provide a framework for how the next phases of regeneration will take place. Expected to be almost as large as two football
Improving the look of the access into Porthcawl Town Centre from Hillsborough Place Car Park, through to James Street. Porthcawl residents have long awaited, and at times over the years, requested that this particular access into Porthcawl Town Centre is made to
Thanks to Bridgend County Borough Council who contributed to the costs of the St David’s Day bunting. The Porthcawl Chamber of Trade were delighted to be able to supply local traders with a couple of metres of Welsh flag-designed, locally made cotton
Town’s top window displays are praised THE Porthcawl Chamber of Trade, supported by Porthcawl Town Council, ran its annual Christmas shop window competition. The 2017 winners were presented with certificates and prize money by Cllr Robert Lee, president of the Porthcawl Chamber