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The UK's tourism industry - which is worth £126bn to the economy- is at risk of grinding to a halt due to a growing skills gap and record number of visitors, council leaders have warned.
The i360, Brighton’s seafront observation tower, has asked Brighton & Hove City Council if it can reduce its loan repayments.
Councils have been invited to bid for a share of £1m to help restore coastal landmarks that have fallen into disrepair.
The Government has made £2.5m available to help Salisbury meet ‘unexpected costs’ in the wake of the Skripal poisoning incident.
Duncan Johnston explores how Bournemouth Borough Council is using a joint venture to help reinvigorate and change the perception of the town.
Heritage tourism has generated over £16bn in spending by domestic and international visitors so far this year.
Local authorities can use the devolution agenda to capitalise on the growing ‘staycation’ market, council chiefs say.
The Government’s decision to extend the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District will create the largest area of almost continuous National Park land in the country.
Nottingham is England’s official ‘Home of Sport’, according to the tourism board VisitEngland.
The city of Derry has been chosen as the best place in the world to celebrate Halloween, beating off competition from the likes of Transylvania, Sleepy Hollow and Salem.