1066 Country Marketing Strategy

September 16, 2016 - Adam Bates

1066 is surely one of the most famous dates in English history and we are delighted to be working with 1066 Country on a new marketing strategy for the area. Established in 1991, 1066 Country was one of England’s first destination management partnerships to be led by the private sector and which brought together three local authorities. 25 years later and following significant investment in the areas offer including the De La Warr Pavilion and Jerwood Gallery as well as the re-opening of Hastings Pier and the recent launch of one of Europe’s largest and most exciting indoor skate/BMX parks ’The Source’, it is taking this opportunity to review and refresh its plans.

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