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UK government and National Lottery allocate £10m in vouchers to fund attractions visits

Discount rail and bus travel and £10m in vouchers to key attractions – funded by the National Lottery – are among the measures announced in the UK government’s plan to boost the country's tourism sector.
 

Visits to leading UK attractions fell by 70 per cent in 2020

The UK's major visitor attractions recorded just 45.4 million visits during 2020 – a 70 per cent fall from the 151.3 million visits they received in 2019.
 

Creative teams confirmed for £120m 'Festival UK 2022'

Ten creative teams from across the UK have been selected to develop a series of events, public engagement programmes and virtual projects for the Festival UK 2022.
 

Christian Lachel appointed chief creative officer at BRC Imagination Arts

Global design and production agency BRC Imagination Arts has appointed Christian Lachel as chief creative officer, taking over the role from BRC founder Bob Rogers.
 

ONS data reveals UK travel and tourism sectors 'decimated' by pandemic

The UK's travel, tourism and visitor attractions markets have been "decimated" by COVID-19 – and remain under immense pressure.
 

'Much-needed' independent review launched into Destination Management Organisations

The UK government has announced an independent review to assess the way destination management organisations (DMO) operate across England.
 

Budget 2021: government earmarks £700m for sports and culture as part of recovery plans

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled an additional £700m funding boost for sports and culture, as part of plans to help the UK economy recover from the effects of the pandemic.
 

Outdoor visitor attractions and theme parks in the UK to reopen on 12 April

Most outdoor attractions in England – including zoos and theme parks – will be allowed to reopen their doors on 12 April.
 

UK's COVID-hit arts and heritage organisations get £165m emergency loan package

Some of the UK’s largest arts and heritage organisations have been given a lifeline in the form of £165m worth of emergency loans.
 

Details revealed for 16th World Leisure Hybrid Congress

The 16th World Leisure Hybrid Congress, taking place in April 2021, has been given the title “Leisure Makes Life Better”.

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