Tourism conference planned

A tourism conference is being held in Berwick which will see the launch of the new Berwick Ambassadors Scheme, a key tourism enterprise created as part of the Welcome Visitor Project.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 25 March, 2019, 08:28
The entrance to Berwick Holiday Park.

The Welcome Visitor Project is working to develop Berwick’s potential as a visitor destination through a series of events and initiatives, designed to maximise visitor spend by capitalising on every opportunity to increase visitor footfall, encourage longer stays and repeat visits, enhance visitor experiences and to extend the current visitor season, ultimately resulting in increased commercial successes for local businesses and positive brand development for the town.

During the conference, delegates will have the opportunity to hear more about the Welcome Visitor Project and discover how they can become involved to develop their business.

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There will be a review of the 2018 visitor season in Berwick and Northumberland, an insight into future tourism trends, plus the chance to hear about Berwick’s new and emerging visitor attractions for the 2019 season.

The event is at Berwick Holiday Park on Monday, April 8, from 11.30am. Tickets can be booked on eventbrite.co.uk, search for Berwick Tourism Conference.