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Outdoor Tourism in Wales & Ireland
October 14, 2014 - Lorna
Delighted to be off to Snowdonia to speak to outdoor tourism businesses and organisations. A couple of years back we worked with the Outdoor Tourism project which brought together Gwynedd and Conwy in Wales, with Dún Laoghaire, Kilkenny and Kildare in Ireland to collaborate on developing outdoor and activity tourism. The project is nearing its end and the final conference is taking place in Llanberis in mid-October. We are speaking about markets, trends and opportunities.
Just listening to R4. All about Stoke's regen and bid for #CityofCulture. Stoke's narrative is evolving. @PaulWilliams207 @VisitStoke
Beautiful day in Salisbury for England Regional Roadshow @VisitEngland @VisitBritain https://t.co/dwMqlhy1IX
Historic England unveils £6m plan to bring towns and buildings back to life https://t.co/0RWcUnhGXz
Bristol named best place to live in Britain in 2017 - https://t.co/zqyJfkdYGJ
Jaw-dropping reach again for @TourismIreland's #GlobalGreening campaign & a happy #StPatricksDay to all our clients & colleagues in Ireland!
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