Hunstanton Chamber of Trade
Hunstanton Chamber of Trade - in its current form - started in early 2008.  The Chamber has a membership formed from a group of local-based businesses, ranging from small shops right up to the larger corporate business.  The Hunstanton Chamber of Trade membership wish to work in co-operation with the local community, both business and residential, to improve and promote trade within Hunstanton and the surrounding area for the benefit of the residents who live here, visitors to this part of the Norfolk coast and the businesses who operate here. 

The classic seaside resort of Hunstanton provides a special combination of Victorian charm with traditional seaside fun.  Along with neighbouring Old Hunstanton, this holiday resort provides the ideal base for enjoying this vast natural playground of stunning coast and countryside.  Whatever the season, Hunstanton and the surrounding Norfolk villages and towns offers visitors and businesses wonderful opportunities. 

Visitors to Hunstanton looking for a relaxing break - however short or long - will find this spectacular part of the Norfolk coastline offers a special landscape which provides fantastic opportunities to slow down and cherish the wonderful environment, wildlife and heritage.  Even today, Hunstanton still retains its Victorian character and remains a popular holiday location for all ages but particularly families.  Hunstanton boasts a triangular green sloping down to the sea, with attractive landmark buildings on both sides of the triangle and the sea on the other.  The sea views from this spot - including outstanding sunsets, are second to none.

Businesses in and around Hunstanton are many and varied.  The significant tourism industry here forms a large part of the local economy and all business operators need to work together to promote both their own businesses but also everything else Hunstanton has to offer.

Local Band, Def Havana, have created a wonderful pop video in Hunstanton

YouTube is showing fab footage of Hunstanton as a backdrop for a great pop song by Deaf Havana.