Chamber

2019 Visitor Guides and Maps now available

The Chamber’s guide to Brixham has been updated for 2019 and is now available. This is a continuation of the project that we started in 2017 with the aim of attracting greater numbers of visitors to our town. Liz Pippett, who manages tourism for the chamber said “We printed 30,000 of the guides in 2018… Read More »

Nautoguide

Nautoguide Ltd develop and host web based mapping and location services. Our maps cover everything from the commemoration of the Battle of Jutland to local authority street cleaning inspection. We have a particular skill in using maps to engage the general public and operate the free Geovey service allowing anyone to crowdsource location based data. Nautoguide… Read More »

Special Brixham memories for 100 year old D-Day Veteran

A D-Day veteran from Arizona, Harold Wood, celebrated his 100th birthday with a bumper box of Brixham memorabilia, thanks to his good friend, Rick Emry and Brixham Chamber. As Harold had served as a radio operator in Brixham during the build up to D-Day, his friend, Rick Emry contacted Brixham Chamber via their website, to… Read More »

Trinity Sailing Offer

Trinity Sailing are offering an exclusive overnight voyage/networking event on Provident for chamber members at the start of their season, at a discounted rate. There are spaces for up to 11 people on a first-come, first-served basis. The dates would be: Sunday, April 7 – Monday, April 8. The voyage would start and end in… Read More »

Executive Elections 2019

At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 26th February, as part of our democratic process we will be asking Chamber members to vote on a new Executive committee for 2019. If you have an interest in business issues and our local community, can spare a couple of hours a month and would like to be… Read More »

The Trinity Sailing Foundation

The Trinity Sailing Foundation operates a small fleet of historic sailing vessels. The three Brixham Trawlers — Leader (1892), Provident (1924), and Golden Vanity (1908) — are owned by the charity and used to change the lives of disadvantaged young people. Our not-for-profit organisation is part-funded by offering Cruises, RYA Courses, Duke of Edinburgh Residentials… Read More »

The Salty Sparrow

We are a small and cosy bistro cafe located in the heart of Brixham, close to the harbour. Our ethos is good quality food and wine with the emphasis on classic and modern food served in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. We offer a freshly made menu with the best of ingredients sourced locally and seasonally where possible. We have comfortable… Read More »

Christmas Social: 3rd Dec, 8pm, the Lytehouse

We are experimenting this winter with a social & networking evening, to be held at one of Brixham’s very best restaurants, and one of the Chamber’s newest members – the Lytehouse (Monday 3rd December at 8pm). Tickets (£15 per person) need to be booked in advance by emailing hospitality@brixhamchamber.co.uk. But you can pay for them… Read More »

WW2 Brixham’s lasting legacy

Details have been revealed of a series of information boards which  are to be erect­ed to commemorate Brix­ham’s role during the Second World War. The  project has  been organised by  regeneration group Brixham  Future which is aiming to create  a ‘lasting legacy’. Eight    boards,  to be installed to  mark the  75th anniversary of D-Day, will… Read More »

Torbay Bookkeeping Practice

By Naomi Griffiths of the Torbay Bookkeeping Practice. Torbay Bookkeeping Practice offers General Bookkeeping Services, Year-End Accounts, Self-Assessment and Digital Accounting Software Consultancy. I’m an Associate Member of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, so you can rest assured that I’m insured, competent and regulated by a Professional Code. My mission is to spread the word… Read More »