The Narberth Chamber of Trade was formed in 1922 and is traceable to its resurgence following World War two. Its old minute books are lodged in Narberth Museum. It is today a voluntary, non profit making organisation with well over 100 members.
The Chamber encourages and supports the town to maintain its diverse, dynamic, distinctive and caring environment - entrepreneurial and successful. It does this independently, honestly and fairly whilst always remembering that developments have irreversible effects on the environment, the people and the economy.
The Chamber achieves this by working with all of the town's organisations. The Chamber directly supports Civic Week, Narberth in Bloom, Narberth Food Festival and the Narberth Christmas lights and Carnival.
Narberth Chamber of Trade undertakes publicity in the local press and contributes to many other initiatives to promote Narberth. The Chamber works closely with Narberth Town Council and Narberth Future Forum. Whist liaising on local planning, traffic and parking matters it directly negotiates with the Local Authority and the Police. We also publish the "Shopping In Narberth" brochure promoting Narberth as a unique shopping experience.