The rejuventaion of Linenhall Street in Limavady and signage into Limavady were just two of the topics discusses at the recent meeting of the Roe valley Chamber.
More than two dozen members attended the meeting held recently at the Roe Vvalley Arts and Cultural Centre.
“Members gathered to exchange ideas and to show support to an area which they all clearly love and adore,” said a spokesperson.
“The eagerness and anticipation was clear for all to see. Ideas were stewing in their heads this was their chance to have their say in the future of their businesses and to show the community spirit that the Roe Valley Chamber clearly has in abundance.”
Members from the world of retail law and recruitment from around the borough, including Dungiven, were in attendance.
Members heard of a black tie event scheduled for November 3oth called ‘The Spirit of Roe Valley’ at the Roe Park Resort in Limavady.
Members discussed a range of issues, including signage into Limavady, and the creation of re-usable bags to promote the Roe Valley area - an idea also mentioned at a meeting of Limavady Borough Council recently. The rejuvenation of Linenhall Street in Limavady also came up.
President of the Roe Valley Chamber David Brewster said: “As the voice of local businesses, Roe Valley Chamber of Commerce represents the views of its members at local and regional levels and will when necessary lobby local, regional and national authorities on behalf of members on issues affecting their businesses and the economy. This is your opportunity to become part of a network that will assist growth and prosperity and will promote better business within the local community.”