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Chobham Business Club

The Chobham Business Club has been meeting for 36 years. President & Fundraiser: Tricia Matthews has been on the Committee for 34 of these years and is joined on the Committee by Chairman: Craig Bourne from Emerald Media Aviation; Vice Chairman: Richard Whittington from Brooks & Partners Solicitors; Treasurer: Keith Ford from Ford Bentall Accountants; Membership Secretary: Joanne Potter from Lakeside Country Club; New Members: Lindy Anderson, Vivian Woodruff, Joanne Potter and Tricia Matthews. The Committee can be found on page 7 in the directory on this website.

The objective of the Club is to enable business people in Chobham to meet and discuss matters for the mutual benefit of members, not only Chobham but also the surrounding Towns and Villages. We are lucky to have a number of personal and retired members who have been members of the Chobham Business Club for years and they have a wealth of experience.

Every month Members and Guests meet for lunch and/or dinner at one of the member restaurants listed in the Chobham Business Club Directory and discuss matters for the mutual benefit of members, the village, as well as raising funds for local worthwhile charities as on page 20. If anyone would like to come along to a function, please contact one of the Committee members as listed on page 7.

Anyone who lives, works or has a connection to Chobham may join Chobham Business Club. The application form for membership can be found on page 32 and if you wish to join please print out the form from the directory on this website and return to either Joanne Potter or Tricia Matthews. To-date we have in excess of 112 members.

The Directory is also available in print format and is distributed to all members and businesses, it can be found in various outlets in Chobham and villages in the surrounding area.

The founders of Chobham Business Club started The Chobham Carnival some 35 years ago and later handed it over to the current Chobham Carnival Association who run the Carnival separately and it is still on-going to this present day and has grown tremendously. The Carnival takes place in the village the first Bank Holiday in May and Chobham Business Club sponsor the May Queen Float and judge all the other floats in the procession.