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Coastal tourism grant scheme draws to a close

A four-year scheme that saw coastal tourism businesses in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire benefit from a number of grants has drawn to a close.

BITOA calls for ‘incompetent’ Home Office to change visa regulations

The British Incoming Tour Operators Association (BITOA) has blasted the government’s immigration policy, calling it ‘inept’ for letting in thousands of migrants while genuine visitors are denied entry due to complicated visa requirements.

Derwent Manor opens Fitness Express facility

A new Fitness Express health club has opened in Derwent Manor, Northumberland.

Five Lakes opens ecological development

Five lakes Resort in Essex has completed a new 80-bedroom development as part of an ecologically focussed project.

Macdonald restructure to drive brand awareness

Macdonald Hotels has completed a restructure of its sales and marketing teams designed to increase brand awareness among both the trade and consumers.

VisitBritain prepares to launch waterside campaign

UK tourism organisation, VisitBritain, is to launch its third England product marketing campaign in July.

VisitBritain promotes UK to Russians

VisitBritain is to target potential Russian investors and visitors at the 7th Annual Russian Economic Forum in London next week.

Disneyland director makes VP

Disneyland Resort Paris’s director of central and international sales, Peter Welch, has been promoted to vice president of sales and marketing for the UK, Ireland and International.

Hilton opens in Newcastle and plans Dublin airport hotel

Hilton International has opened the £30m Hilton Newcastle Gateshead and announced an operating deal for Hilton Dublin Airport.

International visitors flock to Britain despite terrorism fears

International visitors have been heading to Britain in ever-greater numbers since the beginning of the year, despite terrorism fears and exchange rate fluctuations.

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