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Update your website listings for 2018

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 New opening times? A change in pricing structure? Fresh photos after refurbishment?

Update your website listings now!

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International Mission for Alnwick Castle

Alnwick Castle is on a mission to attract lots more international visitors and it seems they’re succeeding.

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The castle may be closed to visitors until 29 March, but the teams behind the scenes have certainly been open to travelling far and wide to achieve their goals for the new season.

Judging by the number of successful world-wide trips and global meetings that group sales manager Caroline Robinson has undertaken recently, Alnwick should prepare to welcome a whole new influx of visitors.

 

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Tourism value keeps on growing

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We measure the impact of our activities wherever possible. In 2012, we agreed with Northumberland County Council that by 2016 we would aim to:

· Increase the value of tourism by 6% (achieving an increase in visitor spend of £42m)

· Stimulate the creation of 794 full time jobs

· Attract an additional 100,000 overnight visitors

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Winners announced at North East England Tourism Awards

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Tourism businesses from across the North East came together last night to celebrate the success and importance of the tourism industry in the region. The glittering ceremony held at The Boiler Shop in partnership with Crowne Plaza Newcastle was hosted by BBC Radio Newcastle breakfast show presenter Alfie Joey.

A remarkable 32 businesses out of the 53 that were shortlisted were from Northumberland and out of the 15 categories, achieved an impressive 9 gold awards.

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Send in your nominations for Tourism Superstar 2018

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Nominations are now open for VisitEngland’s Tourism Superstar award 2018.

As you may know, Tourism Superstar, now in its seventh year, recognises and celebrates those in the tourism industry who go the extra mile to ensure tourists in England have an amazing and unforgettable visitor experience. Tourism Superstar nominees are passionate about where they work and the destination they live in and consistently set the bar high for the standard of service in England’s tourism industry.

Read more: Send in your nominations for Tourism Superstar 2018

Northumberland hotels targeted by Channel 5's The Hotel Inspector

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Channel 5’s The Hotel Inspector is back for its fourteenth series and the producers are looking for a business in Northumberland to benefit from the advice and investment that the series brings to each hotel it features.

This time, Alex Polizzi is looking for a fresh challenge. Born from a long line of hoteliers and with 20 years experience under her belt, Alex expertly examines staffing, menus, décor and branding - breathing new life into Britain’s guest houses, B&B’s and hotels.

Read more: Northumberland hotels targeted by Channel 5's The Hotel Inspector

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