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Advice for Tourism and Event Businesses affected by COVID-19

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VisitBritain/VisitEngland Support for Businesses


VisitBritain/VisitEngland are closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and are working hard to provide you with the very latest information to support your business at this very challenging time. They are feeding in industry concerns to Government via the Tourism Industry Emergency Response Group and will be sharing practical advice as soon as it becomes available publishing the latest announcements and industry information on their dedicated COVID-19 page. Find the latest information and advice to support your business by clicking the link below. All of the information is kept under continuous review and is updated often.

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COVID-19 Updates from Northumberland Tourism

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Local Funding e-Bulletin

The Regeneration Programmes and External Funding team at Northumberland County Council produce a regular Funding eBulletin, which currently includes useful support information around COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Industry Updates

COVID-19 Consumer Tracker

A weekly COVID-19 consumer sentiment tracker is now available, providing insights into domestic intent to take holidays within the UK.

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