Making Wellington a Better Place to Live, Shop, Work & Play.
Wellington is thriving. With a huge & growing catchment area, free parking, and railway station in the heart of the town.
Help for your business?
If you are looking to start a business, Wellington is a great place to set up. There are lots of business support organisations for new and growing businesses.
Need to raise an issue?
It is important that all businesses have a voice in the management of their town and here in Wellington the Chamber is one of those voices.
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Dave Riley, Chairman:
It is through joint partnership and communication with various organisations, Telford and Wrekin Council, the Town Partnership and Town Council that the Chamber is able to discuss concerns, ideas and criticisms and hopefully some positive thoughts that Chamber members may have about their town. The Chamber represents businesses in Wellington.
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News & Events in Wellington
Work is set to start on the empty hotel site to build four affordable homes.
We are always in touch with the decision makers, giving them a regular nudge to hear our voice and listen to what we have to say
Wellington Chamber challenges you to identify six businesses in the town from photographs in a fun quiz.
The sun was out for the visiting Italian Market in Wellington on Saturday.
It was great to see an increase in attendance numbers at our AGM on the 14th May, the first time for many years. Many thanks to those who came along.
The Wellington Summer Events Guide for 2015
This is your chance to support The Clifton Project in Wellington , namely the revival and revamping of the iconic Clifton Cinema.
Read about initiatives such as the £1m Pride in the High Street Fund where we can bid for up to £100K for our own high street regeneration projects
Plans for new homes at the Wellington Bus Depot site were put on display on Friday 6th March at the Wellington Regeneration Exhibition.
Telford & Wrekin Council has announced three workshops for those interested in bidding for money from its £1m Pride in Your High Street fund.