English Tourism Week 2017
Hey guys! This week is very exciting week at all of our UK holiday parks because this week is English Tourism Week! The aim of the English Tourism Week, which is organised by VisitEngland is to increase awareness of English tourism and celebrate our world-renowned attractions.
- John Fowler Holidays- In honour of English Tourism Week here at John Fowler Holidays we are offering an amazing 15% off all new bookings made by Friday! Just quote WENG15 online or over the phone when you book your Devon, Cornwall or Somerset holiday! Offer expires Friday 31st March.
- Camel Creek & Blue Reef Aquarium –When you visit Camel Creek throughout English Tourism Week, you will receive a £2 voucher to redeem against admission at Blue Reef Aquarium… But that’s not all! When you visit Blue Reef Aquarium Newquay, you will also receive a £2 off admission to visit CAMEL CREEK!
- The Bishop's Palace and Gardens- Receive 20% on all admission tickets when visiting The Bishop's Palace and Gardens in Somerset during English Tourism Week. Quote ETW at the ticket desk to receive your discount. *Not available online*
- Wells Cathedral - If you visit Wells Cathedral in Somerset during English Tourism Week, you will receive 10% off of a single transaction within the Cathedral Cafe, and also 10% off your transaction in either of the Cathedral Shops.Quote ETW17 when paying in order for the discount to be applied.
- Visit Exeter Official Launch Event –Visit Exeter celebrates all that’s great about the city during English Tourism Week on Wednesday 29 March, 6–8pm at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. Having undergone a rebranding early in 2017, Visit Exeter is inviting local attractions, activity providers, food & drink establishments and retailers to showcase their business and find out more about Visit Exeter’s exciting plans for 2017.
Did you know? – Tourism in England generates £97 billion per year and employs in excess of two million people. England welcomes over 25 million international visitors per year and in North Devon tourism is worth £550 million to the economy and supports one in four jobs.