Celtic Routes hatrick

August 2, 2018 - Lorna

We’re extending the work we are doing on Celtic Routes beyond the two projects we’ve already embarked upon.  As well as mapping and auditing the tourism assets in south east Ireland and west Wales to identify potential propositions, we are now going to be testing these with visitors to see which emerge the strongest.  We’ll be working with our good friends at Bluegrass Research. Armed with valuable insights we’ll then be writing up the propositions as trails and routes for future development and promotion by the partnership of Welsh and Irish local authorities. From adrenaline challenges to glorious gardens to following in your family’s footsteps, there is a lot to play with.

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