Breakfast Club

Date of Next Meeting Tuesday 21st May


At the Breakfast Club on Tuesday, 21st May…..

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Grahame Bannister of Southern PC Services

Our guest speaker for Tuesday’s Breakfast Meeting is Grahame Bannister. Grahame has been a member of the Chamber for the last four years. He has a background in medical product design and has repaired, built and worked with computers all his adult life.

Summary of Talk

Grahame runs Southern PC Services, a business that provides repair and maintenance services for desktop and laptop computers that run either Microsoft or Apple operating systems.

Grahame’s philosophy on computers is that a PC that stops working doesn’t necessarily have to be replaced. It’s far cheaper and greener to repair them. There’s a lot that can be done to revive a broken or slow running PC.

Grahame will show us many of the potential failures and their solutions and what can be done to improve the performance of your devices.

A talk that will help us all considerably!


We look forward to seeing you at the Peacehaven Chamber of Commerce breakfast on 7th May 2019 at , The Gateway Cafe at The Big Park (Piddinghoe Avenue), from 7.00am to 8.30am. Click here for a map of the venue




Peacehaven & District Chamber of Commerce now meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at The Gateway Cafe in the Big Park (Piddinghoe Avenue).

As well as having the opportunity to promote your business, meet potential clients, source new suppliers and mingle with like-minded people, our meetings impart a wealth of information through a programme of member-led workshops and presentations from external speakers.

The breakfasts are friendly and sociable, and guests are most welcome. We ask that any non-members that would like to attend contact us in advance so that we can cater for numbers. You can contact us by email:

What is involved?
Members arrive at around 7am, meet for a chat and have tea or coffee and at 7:30am when everyone is seated breakfast is served. Everyone is given the opportunity to give a 60-second presentation to the group about their business. At each meeting either a guest speaker is presented or a Chamber member is given the opportunity to give a ten-minute presentation to impart advice and useful information on their given area of expertise.

Objectives of the Breakfast Club:

To promote members’ businesses through regular networking meetings

To generate business referrals for member businesses

To learn about other member businesses

To develop relationships with members to build goodwill and trust

To increase awareness and membership of the Chamber

Where and when

The Gateway Cafe

First and third Tuesday of the month from 7am to 8.30am

The Gateway Cafe
Centenary Park
Piddinghoe Ave
BN10 8RJ

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Members and guests are very welcome and can pay for the breakfast on the day at £10 a breakfast. Full, veggie or fresh fruit salad is available. You can save as a regular attendee if you pay by standing order.

How to book
Members are emailed a booking form prior to each breakfast. We ask that any non-members that would like to attend contact us in advance so that we can cater for numbers. You can contact us by email: