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Chilterns regional round up

ICE News

THE CHILTERNS Association has carried out a review of the services it provides to its members in an attempt to create more activity among members.

New development officer Paul Firth has been looking at the way the association relates to its members. He has proposed several changes within the association including a website.

The site will provide information on a range of subjects including organisations and projects to help members in their day-to-day business development activities.

Firth said: 'It is time to take a new look at the association's activities and identify how to put real value for money back into your membership fees,' said Firth.

Firth has organised a meeting for Chilterns Association members on 31 January to explain the new proposals and how they can help all members.

The proposals meeting will be held at the Civic Offices in St Albans. To find out more visit the Chilterns website via the institution at www.ice.org.uk or e-mail Paul Firth at paul.firth@ claydon-consultants.co.uk

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