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Innovation and excellence on the agenda at next Denbighshire Tourism Forums

Wenffrwyd, Llangollen

Tourism businesses are being invited to two online Tourism Forums outlining the latest innovation and excellence in their industry this March. With a line-up of local businesses as guest speakers it promises to be a key event for everyone involved in the tourism sector.

The two Online Denbighshire Tourism Forums are to take place via Zoom on Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd March. The events will offer an online opportunity for businesses to network and share experiences, knowledge, and ideas.

Guest speakers on the Thursday Forum include Gwen Davies of Vale Vineyard, who will be sharing details of her journey to become the first grape farmer in the Vale of Clwyd followed by Tom Taylor of Llangollen Railway, winners of the Go North Wales Tourism Awards Attraction of the Year 2023.

Then on Friday the guest speakers are Rob Price from Ruthin Festival who are Celebrating 30 years in 2024 and Gail Swan who will be telling the story behind Swans Farm Shop, a traditional hill farm and award-winning farm shop in Treuddyn.

Ian Lebbon, Chair of Denbighshire Destination Management Partnership, said:

“The Online Forums are a great platform for everyone in the sector to get together and share their knowledge, ideas and plans to ensure sustained future tourism growth. It’s not only for tourism businesses, but also a good opportunity for students and anyone with an interest in tourism to hear from local businesses.”

Tourism plays a vital part in Denbighshire’s economy, with a total economic impact in 2022 of £628 million. Over 6 million visits were made to the county with 1.64 million deciding to stay, up 56.1% in 2022, when compared with 2021 figures.

Book on the free Online Tourism Forums here:

Thursday 21 March –Innovation and Excellence (2pm-3.15pm)

Friday 22 March – Businesses with stories to tell (10.30am – 11.45am)