Member Directory

Member Directory

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VisitBrighton is the official tourism body of Brighton & Hove City Council, working in partnership with local businesses engaged in the tourism sector. VisitBrighton has three main areas of activity: marketing Brighton & Hove and the surrounding area to domestic and overseas leisure visitors; promoting the City as a destination for conferences, meeting & events and providing assistance to visitors before and during their visit to the City. The role of VisitBrighton is to support and grow the value of tourism by working in partnership locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, supporting and creating jobs in tourism in the local area.


VisitBritain has been formed by the merger of the British Tourist Authority and the English Tourism Council in order to market Britain to the rest of the world and England to the British. Its mission is to build the value of tourism by creating world class destination brands and marketing campaigns. It also builds partnerships with - and provides insights to - other organisations which have a stake in British and English tourism.


VisitEngland is the country?s national tourist board. Its role is to grow the value of tourism by working in partnership with the industry to deliver inspirational marketing campaigns and to provide advocacy for the industry and our visitors. The organisation?s work is underpinned by robust research and customer insights.

Welcome to Yorkshire

Welcome to Yorkshire is the official destination management organisation (DMO) for Yorkshire, working with its members to grow the county's visitor economy. Since Welcome to Yorkshire launched in 2009 it has achieved in excess of £100 million in media coverage worldwide and has received accolades including the World Travel Award for World's Leading Marketing Campaign.

YHA (England & Wales)

YHA (England & Wales) is part of the International Youth Hostel Federation (IYHF) - the largest budget accommodation network in the world. YHA is a charity aiming to help all, especially those of limited means, to a greater knowledge, love and care of the countryside and cities, particularly by providing hostels or other simple accommodation for them in their travels, and thus to promote their health, rest and education.