Industry Updates to 27th August

Here are the latest updates from Industry partners & WAG.

Be proactive with your PR and join Visit Britain’s Escape the Everyday campaign.

Discovery – example experiences that embody this theme: hidden gems; alternative ways to see the city; cookery classes; off-the-beaten-path experiences; seaside myths and legends; wildlife spotting; foraging

Freedom to Explore – example experiences that embody this theme: city waterways; crowd-free bucket list experiences; urban and rural walking and cycling routes; green city spaces; road trip routes; off-grid accommodation.

Treat Yourself – example experiences that embody this theme: spa breaks; gourmet getaways; best brunches; shopping; bucket-list dining; cosy pubs; quirky accommodation; give your family the special treatment at a unique hotel.


Please provide a brief paragraph on the experience and a web link to your destination / business website and indicate if you have rights-cleared assets (images and videos) that would be available for us to use.
Please send your content suggestions to press@visitengland.org


Visit Wales newsletter 27th August 2020 Includes downloadable assets about visiting Wales safely, Test Trace Protect information for businesses, HMRC updates, Weddings update & air conditioning in buildings advice.


Visit Britain’s latest updates on what to do if your business is affected by local Covid-19 restrictions, or if you are travelling to an affected area.


Sign up for free HMRC webinars re advice for employers about expenses & benefits for employees working from home. Here also is the latest HMRC advice about the Job Retention Scheme and furlough claims.


Business Wales newsletter 21st August 2020 – includes the latest lifting of Welsh Covid-19 restrictions.

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