Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions of Membership to Lymington and District Chamber of Commerce & Industry
1. The Chamber’s financial year runs from 1 January to 31 December. Subscription fees are fixed for one year and revised annually.
2. Membership of Lymington & District Chamber of Commerce runs parallel to the financial year, unless the date of joining is part way through the year. The period of membership will then be from the date of joining for one year.
3. Subscription fees are payable on application for membership and the appropriate fee is to be paid in full. 4. The right is reserved to charge a joining fee on the first application for membership.
5. Renewal of membership will take place on the anniversary of joining and the appropriate fee is to be received by the Treasurer of the Chamber before that time. Where payment is set to be recurring through PayPal or GoCardless, the annual subscription will be taken automatically.
6. Subscriptions are payable by PayPal, card, cheque, cash, standing order or direct debit. The Chamber’s bank account details are available on request. PayPal payments and Direct Debits through GoCardless can be paid online here.
7. Membership fees are published on the Chamber’s website, www.lymington.biz Amendments to subscriptions as a result of the annual review will be published by the Chamber and members will be given at least 30 days notice, in writing, prior to the amendments being introduced.
8. The right is reserved to charge a fee of 10% of the sum outstanding for each full month or part thereof, for the late payment of subscriptions on renewal of membership after the payment anniversary.
9. Cancellation of membership must be given in writing to the Secretary of the Chamber providing at least 30 days notice.
10. Contact and notices with regard to membership may be by post, telephone or email using the latest address, telephone number or email address provided.
11. Membership of the Chamber carries with it an expectation of ethical business practice by all members at all times. The Board reserves the right to examine any complaints directed against any member which may have the effect of bringing the Chamber into disrepute.