May 27, 2010 - Lorna
We’ve long admired the ground-breaking work the Forest of Bowland AONB have done around creating a very special sense of place in the area.
So maybe no surprise to see their lovely web site is continuing that pioneering work by consolidating blogs written by people living and running businesses in the area. Fantastic pics and up to date insights into what is current with the local flora and fauna.
"Hipstorical" places - a new angle on authenticity in heritage tourism? Interesting piece https://t.co/5ydPSArDfV
Yes! @TUIGroup's Destination You suggests a brave new world of tightly targeted #destinationmarketing #possibilities https://t.co/0z4jg7fFmf
Thank you - great to have your input! https://t.co/eOImGQ1a0k
We had smells, tastes, sounds, textures & colours ... #stories #workshop #1066Country https://t.co/SUfZGR6zTg
Last few linger on roof terrace of beautiful De La Warr Pavilion @dlwp after our creative stories workshop for #1066 https://t.co/ftrWbCa8FR
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