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Carrickmacross has a vibrant Chamber of Commerce and Industry representing the concerns of businesses in Carrickmacross and surrounding areas. Carrickmacross Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a non affiliated chamber and currently has up on 150 members.
The Chamber has been in existence in Carrickmacross since 1976.
The Chamber holds an AGM every year and from that a small committee is selected to meet on a monthly basis to deal with Chamber issues. All members are welcome to attend these meetings. If you would like to be notified of the next meeting please email: email@example.com
Carrickmacross Chamber of Commerce and Industry have operated a voucher scheme for a number of years. The vouchers entitle the bearer to access a wide range of goods and services (Supermarkets, Pubs, Hairdressers, Restaurants and Shops) in Carrickmacross. The vouchers are available all year round but are especially convenient and useful at Christmas time while keeping funds in the local economy, supporting local employment.
Shop owners can get the forms to redeem your vouchers to download by clicking on links below:
Form for Redeeming Vouchers (PDF)
We pay using banking online so we need to set up your bank details for payments.
The walking tours of Carrickmacross start on the 1st Saturday in June at 11am and run every Saturday until the end of September (weather permitting).
The meeting point for the tours are from outside the Court House / Shirley Arms Hotel on Main Street, Carrickmacross and the tour takes approx. 90 mins.
The walking tours are free of charge and no booking is necessary. The tour is a great way to find out about the long history of our town.
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The Chamber of Commerce Committee is a voluntary group who give up their time to work on behalf of the business community. The Chamber of Commerce have no legal powers and can’t enforce the law.
Chamber President: John Tobin
Vice President: Cathal O’Gorman
Treasurer: Emma Gollogly
Secretary: Breda McGuigan
Committee Members: Jim Hand, Rosemary Johnson and David O’Rourke.