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Fall in number of people enjoying a British day out

According to research published today by the Countryside Agency, the British make more than five billion leisure day visits a year and spend £71bn in the process, although these figures represent a significant decrease on previous years.

New attraction for Cornwall

The co-founder of the Eden Project, Jonathan Ball, has announced plans for a new visitor attraction for Cornwall, the Great Atlantic Way.

Swansea beaches awarded Blue Flags

Four beaches in Swansea have won Europe’s highest award for beach quality, a Blue Flag award.

Forum launched to aid tourism in North West

The Tourism Forum for England’s North West (TFEN) has been created to develop and market the tourism industry across the region.

Visit London predicts hotel rooms growth

According to Visit London’s new London Hotel Development Monitor, London will have up to 19,000 new hotel rooms by 2008.

IOW Economic Partnership appoints Mike King

Mike King is to become the new managing director of the Isle of Wight Economic Partnership.

VisitBritain launches Enterprise Unit

Tourism marketing organisation, VisitBritain, has established a new Enterprise Unit to improve links with the tourism industry.

Voting begins this weekend for Waterside Business Awards

The Waterside Business Awards 2004 are to be launched at the Crick Boat Show this weekend, 29-31 May.

Cruise passenger numbers sail past one million

More than one million Britons took to the waves last year and spent their holiday onboard a cruise.

People 1st becomes Sector Skills Council for leisure

Charles Clarke, secretary of state for education and skills, has announced the licensing of People 1st to become the Sector Skills Council for the hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism industries.

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