Following another challenging year for many, we would like to wish all of our members and the wider RH1 business community a very merry #Redhill Christmas and a happy and prosperous new year.

Next year will be an exciting year for the town, with the opening of the Marketfield Way development by next Christmas and the chance to welcome many new businesses into RH1. We will keep you up-to-date with all the latest news.

Over the past 20 months our digital audience has increased significantly and we are able to offer Members space within our monthly newsletters for articles and recruitment adverts. Please email Paula Edwards if you would like to submit content.

We hope you can join us for our next event on Wednesday 26 January. The format for the 2022 meetings will be 5.30-6.30pm networking at The Harlequin bar, followed by 6.30-7.30pm meeting. Attendees are welcome to join for some or all of the evening. The meetings are free and open to everyone representing an RH1 business or organisation, all you need to do is email info@redhillbg.org.uk to register your attendance. Guild members may also book a speaking slot at a meeting to present to the group.

The 2022 dates are:

➡️ Wednesday 26 January

➡️ Wednesday 23 March

➡️ Wednesday 25 May

➡️ Wednesday 27 July

➡️ Wednesday 21 September

➡️ Wednesday 7 December

Stay safe & support local,
The Redhill Business Guild

#RedhillChristmas campaign

year. The video has attracted lots of online engagement and retailers have reported an increase footfool. You can view the video here.

Take a bow

The Redhill Business Guild is very fortunate to have the support of some great local business people who have been generous with their time during this past year.
Special thanks go to Simon Pither from All Secure Domains for his invaluable web support, Justin Drayton from Rethink Print and Marketing for our new event banner and to Ian Orrick from The Harlequin Theatre for reaching out and offering The Guild a post-lockdown home.
A huge thanks also to our Chairman Andy Nash (The Belfry), Vice Chairman Paula Edwards (Freelance Marketing Consultant), Diane Dunkley (Reigate and Banstead Borough Council) , Phil Jones (Treasurer) and Robin Brown (Secretary) for their hard work and dedication to supporting business life in Redhill.

Santa Stork

The Mayor, Cllr Bray, joined members of The Redhill Business Guild and The Belfry Management team in early December to help gift wrap presents for Stripey Stork’s Santa Stork campaign.

This year the Reigate-based charity has helped over 7,300 disadvantaged children across Surrey. It provides gifts for those who really need a helping hand at this difficult time of year. These gifts are new and in some cases will be the main or only present that child will receive this Christmas.

Find out more about Corporate Volunteering with Stripey Story for a team-building day with a difference for 2022.

Avoid financial fraud and errors in your Not for Profit Organisation

We recently read about the following:
1) Man jailed for £120,000 fraud against charity
2) Woman jailed for her part in £2m fraud against religious charity.
3) Publications from The Charity Commission show that charities reported almost £8.6 million of lost funds in the last financial year.

You can take actions to avoid this happening in your organisation. 
Join Bim from AE Accountax Ltd in the webinar on Friday 7 January to find out:
1) What set-ups and internal controls that you need to put in place.
2) How you can harness the power of cloud technology in financial control; and 
3) How to recognise your need.
Book your complimentary tickets here.