Pinch and a punch for the start of Chester Hospitality Association…

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A kick off breakfast meeting was held on Tuesday 1st October at Chester Townhouse, Lower Bridge Street, to initiate the development and key roles for the Board Members of the Chester Hospitality Association.

A kick off breakfast meeting was held on Tuesday 1st October at Chester Townhouse, Lower Bridge Street, to initiate the development and key roles for the Board Members of the Chester Hospitality Association (CHA).

The newly formed CHA aims to be the collective voice of Chester’s Hospitality Sector and focus on enhancing the Visitor Economy Sector through focused Economic Benefiting Actions and enhanced Industry Skills Development & Recruitment Practices.

Learning from best practices from Liverpool Hospitality Association and Cheshire Hoteliers Association, Chester Hospitality Association aims to work closely with key stakeholder groups within the city to enhance the visitor economy sector locally through collectively working as an association.

Board member roles being assigned to Steven Hesketh Chairperson, Chester Townhouse. Dave Parry, Vice Chair, Stone Villa Guest House & Bethan Johnston Secretary/Treasurer, Indigo Hotel.

For more information regarding the newly formed group please contact:

Lauren.morgan@carouselpr.com

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