Run by VisitEngland, English Tourism Week, which runs from Friday 18th March to Sunday 27th March, is an annual celebration of the tourism industry, highlighting its economic importance to local economies and promoting innovation, quality and the range of products and services offered to encourage more people to take domestic breaks.
MP Ben Bradley said: “English Tourism Week is a fantastic opportunity to show the world what we have to offer in our region.
“From Clumber Park to Go Ape, Wheelgate Park, Sherwood Pines and plenty more to see and do.
“With so much on our doorstep, I hope Nottinghamshire will be at the heart of English Tourism Week.
“I’m doing everything I can to put Nottinghamshire on the map.
“We’ve even held our own Nottinghamshire Day on August 25 which is a great opportunity to promote our region’s history, attractions and products to the world.
Health and Wellness Festival returns to Mansfield
“At Westminster, I constantly talk about how much we have to offer locally.
“It’s great that the government recognizes this and last year Mansfield received £97,255 through the Welcome Back Fund, which was aimed at helping councils across England boost tourism and improve spaces greens.
“Mansfield is going from strength to strength as it has been chosen to be transformed by Severn Trent’s £76million green recovery project, as well as being placed at the heart of future development policy for new neighborhoods and spaces public, after becoming a pilot project with funding to carry out this task.
“We have a rich industrial history that we should be proud of, and with this new investment, Mansfield will never have looked better.”
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