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Sea Shell Communications and the visitor economy
Did you take a staycation this year? Will global warming kill the travel industry? Whatever your thoughts on either notion, the value of visitors to the local economy is undisputedly increasing and is hugely important. How do we manage visitor access, awareness and activities? What can we do to ensure effective communications with the visitor businesses? Sea Shell Communications has worked with a number of organisations on projects to increase understanding – see examples below. We also manage holiday accommodation in England and abroad, and work closely with tourism initiatives. Can we bring our expertise to work on your project?
The Outstanding Landscapes project, working with tourism businesses in the Stour Valley, was launched at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich.
Outstanding Landscapes As part of the European-funded Proximity Project, Sea Shell Communications developed the Outstanding Landscapes programme of workshops and activities for tourism businesses in the Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Project, and the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB. This included a launch at Christchurch Mansion to coincide with the John Constable Aspire exhibition, familiarisation workshops, and an online training quiz unveiled at the Dedham Vale and Stour Valley Forum.
Shotley Peninsula Visitor’s Guide Whatever floats your boat, the Shotley Peninsula is the perfect place for a day out, or a week’s holiday. The Shotley Peninsula Tourism Action Group commissioned Sea Shell Communications with designer Laura Hall and photographer Anthony Cullen to produce a new guide for visitors. The Guide can be downloaded here.