Abingdon-on-Thames Chamber of Commerce

Our aim is to be the voice of the local business community in the promotion of the businesses, the town and economy of Abingdon-on-Thames and to act as a representative of businesses within Abingdon and surrounding area.


We hold regular social and networking meetings on the 1st Wednesday morning of every month to enable members and their guests to liaise with other chamber members in the professionl atmosphere of The Workstation, East Saint Helen Street.

Meetings will commence at 7.30am and every effort will be made by the committee to engage a speaker to provide an informal presentation on a topic likely to be of interest to members and their guests. Such presentations will commence at 8:00am and last no longer that 30 minutes withthe expectation that most people will need to leave by 9 a.m.


Coming up:

First Wednesday morning of the month at The Workstation 7:30 - 9 a.m. coffee & croissant, networking and talk

3rd Tuesday of the month
Monthly business meeting 

25th April
Abingdon Chamber Connecting Business

Our B2B event

30th April
Local Excellence market

30th July
Local Excellence Market

29th October

Local Excellence Market

26th November 2016:
Christmas Extravaganza


If you would like to come along to any event
email the secretary

Hustings



(L-R) Mike Foster - Socialist, Sally Copley - Labour, Nicola Blackwood - Conservative, Mark Thornton - Chamber of Commerce, Larry Saunders - Green, Layla Moran - Lib Dem. Helen Sailsbury was unwell and could not attend, Alan Harris of Ukip declined the invitation.

In April we held another business Hustings in the Royssee room of the Guildhall. Many businesses attended and put questions to the Parliamentary candidates standing for Oxford West and Abingdon and a number of topics were covered. This seat was described as "ultra marginal" prior to the election, which was later held by Nicola Blackwood.