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.
Join us at The Red Lion Hotel for our Annual General Meeting on 14th of May 2015 from 5:30pm.
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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What's Going on
News & Events in Wellington
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.
Did you know that the Telford Loyalty Card is already a massive success with over 260 businesses signed up and over 65,000 cards in circulation.
There are national high street campaigns throughout the UK that take place every year highlighting everything good about shopping local.
You may remember that the Chamber included an article in its December newsletter about complaints regarding the lack of car parking in town for local businesses.
Priority projects include the former Charlton Arms Hotel in Church Street and the former Arriva Bus Depot at Charlton Street
Detailed design for Market Street is being undertaken
The Chamber is in regular contact with agents acting on behalf of owners of empty shops trying to encourage ideas to bring them back into use.