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Greater Hillsborough Chamber of Commerce

Greater Hillsborough Chamber of Commerce


Chambers of Commerce


The Greater Hillsborough Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to advance the economic and social growth and well being of its members and the community.

Hillsborough was first settled in the middle 18th Century under a grant given to Colonel John Hill of Boston, who lent his name to the settlement. Early settlers came from towns in eastern Massachusetts and from the Scotch-Irish towns in southeastern New Hampshire. By 1772, Hillsborough was incorporated as a town and held its first town meeting.

Jere Daniell, history professor at Dartmouth College, called Hillsborough 'a quintessential NH town'. Hillsborough is made up of 4 villages: Upper, Lower & Bridge Villages & the Center.

Hillsborough is located in the Monadnock Region of Southwestern New Hampshire, half way between Concord and Keene. This may be New Hampshire's quiet corner, but there is always plenty to do. Historic buildings, antiquing, art galleries, music events, fishing, restaurants, cozy B&Bs and so much more await you in the Hillsborough area.


Robert Nash

Jim Bailey
Chamber Board Mem

Keith Cobbett
Vice President

Riché Colcombe

Bill Shee

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