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Redcar and Cleveland Area Meeting – Chamber members only

4th March 2020 @ 8:15 am - 10:00 am


Jane Goult, Chair, would like to invite you to the next Chamber Redcar & Cleveland Area Meeting on Wednesday 4 March 2020 at 8.15 am – 10:00 am at Kirkleatham Hall Museum. Breakfast rolls will be available at the start of the meeting.

The meeting will include a visit to the historical Kirkleatham Stables within the Kirkleatham Hall Grounds, which is currently in it’s last stages of development and offers members a chance to see the renovation before it opens to the public in April. Details about the development can be found on the Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s website here.

The Chamber Redcar & Cleveland Area Meeting provides a unique opportunity to engage with the latest economic and policy developments in your area. Members will have the opportunity to hear about the Chamber’s work to support businesses locally and to provide your feedback on the current state of your business and markets.

Agenda papers will be available in due course.

Please note: this is not a networking session.


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4th March 2020
8:15 am - 10:00 am


Kirkleatham Museum
Kirkleatham Museum & Grounds TS10 5NW + Google Map

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