Views wanted on new tourism strategy for North Yorkshire

Swaledale, by Stephen Garnett. Photo: Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

Tourism businesses are being given the opportunity to highlight their priorities and finetune the first North Yorkshire Destination
Management Strategy.

The aim of the document is to help to attract more visitors to the county and support the multi-million pound industry.

A series of events are being held to gather information and views from organisations and enterprises involved in the visitor economy to shape the draft plan.

Further information can be found here.

A full version of the strategy together with a shortened version are available for businesses to read and to feedback using the questionnaire,.

Workshops will also take place in coming weeks to find out more about the strategy and provide feedback.

1 Comment

  1. All of Yorkshire needs One Yorkshire tourism board for our entire Region.

    This divide and conquer of different tourism bodies for different parts of Yorkshire is a waste of time and a waste of money.

    With a single Pan-Yorkshire tourism bourd we can market out entire Shire with One Voice and make a more attractive market offering for Internstional development, inward Capital Investment, and a greater ability to bring together the logistics and person power necessary to implement events like the Tour De Yorkshire.

    Don’t divide Yorkshire!

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