Holywood Chamber of Commerce plays an active role in both the economic and social life of the town.
Since 1997 Holywood Chamber has worked closely with Bangor & Holywood Town Centre Management to lobby local agencies and government bodies on a wide range of issues, including traffic flow and car parking improvements and encouraging inward investment.
Holywood Chamber of Commerce also has representatives from the following local organisations on its Board including: Holywood Residents Association, Holywood District & Community Council and Holywood Transition Town.
“Holywood Chamber of Commerce professionally promotes all the business, civic and cultural interests of Holywood, whilst working closely with all relevant statutory and voluntary agencies to the advancement and positive promotion of the town of Holywood and the surrounding area.
Holywood Chamber of Commerce raised £550 for TinyLife at a recent charity lunch at Royal Belfast Golf Club. Our guest speaker was Professor Jim Dornan, President of TinyLife and our own new President David Menary, BTW Shiells and the Mayor of North Down, Cllr Andrew Muir, joined us at one of his last engagements of his year in office.
Other guests at the lunch included: proParamedics, John Minnis Estate Agents, Calvert Office Equipment Ltd, Lacuna Developments, Richmond Nursing Home, Enlighten IC, John Gray Funeral Directors, Bangor & Holywood Town Centres Ltd, Omeya Day Spa, First Trust Bank, Rodgers & Browne and the Royal College of Nursing. We were also pleased to welcome Leigh Nelson and Stuart Kennedy from Newtownards Chamber of Trade.