Members of North Cheshire Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise recently held one of their regular ‘Meet the Chamber’ breakfast events.
At the well-attended meeting, hosted by Ian and Stephanie Pinches, of Pinches Medical in Macclesfield, Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, updated members on the opportunities for companies arising from the ongoing initiatives to regenerate Macclesfield town centre, as well as the positive role that the local business community can play in taking forward these vital plans.
David also spoke further with the group on the positive progress that continues to be made in promoting the Cheshire Science Corridor, including the recent £20 million investment at Jodrell Bank, to develop its new ‘First Light’ heritage and discovery centre, to help inspire the next generation of scientists. £4 Million of the funding was unlocked in last year’s Autumn Budget. Representatives from local businesses then had the opportunity to ask David about a range of local and national issues affecting business.
Any local businesses interested in becoming a member of the Chamber can make enquiries either through its website (www.northcheshirechamber.co.uk/contact-us), or by telephoning 01625 665940.