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Old February 6th, 2017, 01:51 PM   #101
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North Shields, Wooler, Berwick and Newbiggin to get UK twin towns

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North Shields, Wooler, Berwick and Newbiggin to get UK twin towns
By Graeme Whitfield 6 February 2017


North Shields has been given a Welsh twin, the Welsh Valleys community of Merthyr Tydfil (Photo: Newcastle Chronicle)

It was a project that aimed to foster international fraternity, trade links across nations and trips abroad for eager schoolchildren.

In the aftermath of the Second World War, town twinning took hold as a means of bringing together former foes, with towns and cities around the North East forging links with communities in Europe and abroad. But now an attempt has been launched to build bridges slightly closer to home to meet a new set of challenges for the 21st century.

A series of town twinning partnerships between communities within the UK have been launched in a bid to boost domestic trade as the country gears up for Brexit. And the North East is at the head of the scheme, with four of the 10 partnerships involving towns from this region.

The link-ups being announced today will see Wooler in Northumberland form an alliance with Broughshane, in Northern Ireland, while nearby Berwick has been paired with Fishguard and Goodwick, in Wales. North Shields has also been given a Welsh twin, the Welsh Valleys community of Merthyr Tydfil, while Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, in Northumberland, is paired with the seaside resort of Withernsea in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

The twinning arrangements follow a search for partnerships launched in October last year by the Carnegie UK Trust, a charity that aims to improve the lives of disadvantaged people throughout the UK. The Carnegie scheme was inspired by the traditional concept of town twinning, which aimed to bring together like-minded people and break down barriers of nationality. The UK link-ups hope to pair towns with similar characteristics or challenge to see how their different approaches to these challenges could make positive change in the future. Over the coming 18 months, the towns in the partnerships will build their ties, do research on their economies and receive support to get funds for regeneration projects.

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From Tyneside evacuees to high class tourists - the tale of a Northumberland school site

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From Tyneside evacuees to high class tourists - the tale of a Northumberland school site
By Will Metcalfe 4 march 2017


Former Brown Rigg Boarding School pupils

Buildings on a school site in Northumberland used to accommodate Tyneside wartime children evacuees are now set to cater for tourists.

Plans by Brown Rigg Lodges to provide improved and additional tourist and recreational accommodation by redeveloping three blocks at the former Brownrigg School on the edge of Bellingham have been approved by Northumberland National Park’s development management committee. The site includes 10 former school buildings, and was bought by the present owners in 2016, who operate four units of self-catering holiday accommodation in one of the former school buildings.

The scheme also includes eight “glamping” units comprising a yurt, a woody safari tent, a Bedouin safari tent, three geodesic domes and two tipis, and a new visitor car park.

The school was originally constructed in 1938 by the National Camps Corporation to give children from overcrowded urban areas experience of the countryside. But when war broke out a year later, the school blocks were used for child evacuees. In the 1950s, there were three dormitories for boys, Tyne, Wansbeck and Tweed, and two for girls, Hadrian and Pennine. Brownrigg later became a county council boarding school until its closure in the 1980s.

Planners advised approval, saying the proposed scheme would “constitute sustainable tourism development that would make a positive contribution to the rural economy through the provision of improved and additional tourist/recreation accommodation and facilities.

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Old April 20th, 2017, 09:11 AM   #103
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Carlisle has its first 'superior' hotel



19 April 2017 2:44PM

Carlisle hotel The Halston has become the first in the city to be awarded 'superior'

The Halston has become the first in the city to be awarded 'superior' status by Cumbria's county-wide tourism body.

The venue - in Warwick Road - received the prize from Cumbria Tourism's Quality Cumbria organisation, which monitors accommodation standards for visitors in the county.

There are only 14 other ‘superior’ rated venues in the county and The Halston is the latest to receive the award.

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Carlisle has its first 'superior' hotel



19 April 2017 2:44PM

Carlisle hotel The Halston has become the first in the city to be awarded 'superior'

The Halston has become the first in the city to be awarded 'superior' status by Cumbria's county-wide tourism body.

The venue - in Warwick Road - received the prize from Cumbria Tourism's Quality Cumbria organisation, which monitors accommodation standards for visitors in the county.

There are only 14 other ‘superior’ rated venues in the county and The Halston is the latest to receive the award.

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Excellent news indeed. The Halston certainly seems to be thriving, with the extension (as shown above) in the offing as well as some townhouses mentioned in the news report (and about which I know nothing!)
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Royal Quays Outlets - Tourist Information Centre

Negative news I'm afraid, was at Royal Quays Outlets this morning and noticed the Tourist Information Centre closed on 7th April 2017.
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Cumbria Tourism Awards finalists unveiled



Finalists have been unveiled for a prestigious competition that celebrates the best of what the county has to offer.

Judges have whittled down hundreds of entries to a shortlist for the 15th Cumbria Tourism Awards.

The awards celebrate the huge range and diversity of Cumbria’s tourism industry and are open to a number of tourism-related businesses including hotels, B&Bs, holiday parks, pubs, visitor attractions, events, businesses and tourism staff, which make up the county’s successful tourism industry.
an Stephens, managing director at Cumbria Tourism, said: “2017 has been another fantastic year for entries with exceptional quality shown across all the categories, demonstrating that Cumbria’s businesses continue to offer world class levels of quality, service and experience for visitors.

"It’s been a tough job for the shortlisting panel but we are now able to announce the successful finalists for the 2017 Cumbria Tourism Awards.

"I would like to congratulate each and every business for making it to this year’s final and for their continuing hard work and commitment to tourism in the county.”

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Old May 17th, 2017, 10:14 AM   #108
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Cumbria tourist attractions vie for top awards



16 May 2017 3:04PM

Some of Cumbria's best-loved tourist attractions are looking for public support as they go head-to-head for a top award.

Cumbria Tourism is asking the public to help decide the winner of this year’s Tourism Event of the Year, by voting for their favourite shortlisted event in the 2017 Cumbria Tourism Awards.

The finalists for the prestigious honour are Eden Arts' Winter Droving Christmas festival; the Go Herdwick Public Arts Trail run by the Lake District Calvert Trust; the World of Beatrix Potter's Where is Peter Rabbit Production and Beatrix Potter's 150th anniversary programme which was spearheaded by The National Trust.

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Visitor numbers rise in Cumbria

Some excellent news for Cumbria.

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More than 45m people visited Cumbria last year, according to new statistics.

The latest figures from Cumbria Tourism show this was an increase of 2m on 2015.

Nearly 39m of those people were day-trippers and the other 6m stayed for longer periods.

It brought in £2.72bn to the county's economy, and helped to ensure the employment of 36,240 jobs."
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From in-cumbria



Full story at http://www.in-cumbria.com/news/touri...535091e01b2-ds
Yes I agree--this is excellent news,--but doesn't surprise me,---Cumbria is a beautiful area,--it really is fantastic,---also the amount of people employed is great too,---long may it last,---Mrs and myself must try and get over to the Lakes sometime again,--cheers.
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Northumberland Day: How a unique county was celebrated as crowds flocked to events across the area

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It's official! A date has been set for the first ever Northumberland Day
27 Oct 2016 By Chris Knight



Yorkshire has one, Lancashire has one, and now Northumberland does too.

The first ever ‘Northumberland Day’ to celebrate all things Northumbrian will be held next year on May 28, and could take place thereafter on the last Sunday in May each year. The choice of date is linked to the Northumberland County Show, which will be held the day after Northumberland Day 2017.

The creation of an official day comes after 15 long months of planning by Langley Castle. Since then, various passionate individuals and businesses have attended meetings to drive the vision forward, with the most recent of these being held in Ashington with the help and assistance of Northumberland Tourism.

Dr Stuart Madnick, owner of Langley Castle, said: “This is my 30th anniversary year as owner and I am thrilled to know that our vision of creating a county day for Northumberland is to be realised in 2017. “Months of hard work and commitment have gone into this and we must thank all the organisations that have been involved with our idea and helped put a date in the calendar.= Yorkshire Day has been part of that county’s life for a very long time and our vision is to see Northumberland Day having the same grassroots support, delivered by passionate Northumbrians who wish to show pride in their county.”

Jude Leitch, Director of Northumberland Tourism, said “There is already a fantastic level of pride in our county which is felt by both residents and visitors alike. “We welcome the opportunity to celebrate Northumberland and will continue to work closely with the industry to ensure Northumberland Day helps raise our profile as a top UK holiday destination, as well as bringing economic benefit to the tourism industry for years to come.”

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Northumberland Day: How a unique county was celebrated as crowds flocked to events across the area
By Hannah Graham 28 May 2017


Northumberland Day Celebrations at Langley Castle (Photo: alan mason)

The first-ever Northumberland Day saw families flock to a huge range of events celebrating our unique and stunning border county.

Though the weekend was marked by mixed weather, hundreds still managed to get out and about to enjoy the county’s spectacular views and individual culture.

Langley Castle Hotel, one of the originators of the event, pulled out all the stops, with an attempt to bake the world’s biggest stottie, on Saturday, along with a huge reenactment of an ancient borders battle, and plenty of opportunity to sample tasty treats from nearby farms and producers.

One of the first people to sign up to do something for Northumberland Day was John Emery, of Ashington. His event, the Ashington Rocks concert , was attended by hundreds of music fans, eager to hear six local rock bands put on a stunning show. He said: “I read about Northumberland Day on a day off, and I thought, what an ideal opportunity to put six of what I reckon are six of Northumberland’s best bands on, and celebrate Northumberland at the same time?”

For something slightly more sedate, in Elsdon the day was celebrated in the village hall, with an afternoon tea crafted from recipes donated by residents of the village.

And there was family fun aplenty. In Amble, the three-day Puffin Festival brought samba bands, fairground rides, a craft fair and much more to the town - along with much celebration of the cute birds that nest on the nearby Coquet Island.

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'Landmark figure': More than half a million have visited Lakeland Motor Museum



FOLLOWING the Lakeland Motor Museum’s seventh anniversary on its current site last weekend (May 27, 2017), it has been revealed that more than 500,000 visitors have now passed through its doors.

The attraction relocated to its current home at Backbarrow, near the southern tip of Windermere, from Holker Hall in May 2010. The move tripled the amount of exhibition space, providing room to dramatically expand its collection and develop a world-class transport heritage site for the North West of England.

With a growing reputation as a world-class attraction, latest figures confirm that a total of half a million people have now visited the attraction since the big move.

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New man to take charge of Cumbria Tourism



8 June 2017 10:25AM

Industry body Cumbria Tourism has announced that Tom Newbould will be its new managing director.

He will take over next month and will replace Ian Stephens, who announced his departure at the end of last year.

Mr Newbould has previously worked in marketing roles for the not-for-profit education group NCG and medical company Attends Healthcare Group. He has also worked for the BBC and accountancy giant PwC.

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Winners of Cumbria Tourism Awards announced




The winners of the Cumbria Tourism Awards have been revealed.

A total of 18 prizes were handed out at the event, the 15th of its kind, which presented by Cally Beaton, a comedian who is also the senior vice-president of media company Viacom International and the founder of Road Trip Media.

The tourism industry is worth almost £3bn to the Cumbrian economy each year and the awards recognise all sectors of this.

Winners of Cumbria Tourism Awards announced

Ian Stephens, left, of Cumbria Tourism, receives his award

The winners of the Cumbria Tourism Awards have been revealed

Most of the winners will go on to represent the county at the Visit England Awards for Excellence in 2018.

Each category winner received a certificate and a specially-commissioned award handcrafted by award-winning architectural and sculptural metalworkers Chris Brammall in Ulverston.

This year, in addition to the awards, the 2017 Bernard Gooch Tourism Personality of the Year Award was awarded to Ian Stephens, managing director of Cumbria Tourism, who stands down at the end of this month.

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Northumberland Tourism Awards: Winners revealed

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Northumberland Tourism Awards: Winners revealed
Ben O'Connell 22 June 2017


The winners of the Northumberland Tourism Awards 2017.

The winners of the first Northumberland Tourism Awards were announced this evening during a ceremony at Alnwick Castle.

The inaugural event was a celebration of those accommodation providers, attractions and other tourism businesses that make Northumberland's booming visitor industry - crucial to the county's economy - such a success.

Opening the ceremony, David Hall, group head of leisure, strategy and transformation at Northumbrian Water, the headline sponsors, said: "Great tourism businesses are key to Northumberland's success. Tonight we are here to celebrate this sector, the best of the best and everything you do for this beautiful county of ours."

The overall crown was won on the night by the Battlesteads hotel in Wark, which also took gold in the Hotel of the Year category, while the Family Day Out winner, voted for by our readers, was Northumberlandia, near Cramlington.

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Spectacular show Kynren is having positive effect on tourism in Bishop Auckland and wider area as it enters second season



A POPULAR open air night show is being credited with giving tourism a real boost in the region.

Kynren - An Epic Tale of England will open in Bishop Auckland for its eagerly anticipated second season this Saturday.

The town has seen a major surge in property rental bookings throughout the course of the event which runs until Sunday, September 17 and County Durham sees biggest growth for holiday rental bookings in Northern England.

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Fantastic news for the Stainmore Railway and tourism in the rather overlooked part of Cumbria which is the Eden Valley.

The locomotive in question, 65033, was based at Beamish in the early years there but has not steamed for over 30 years.

I was at the Stainmore Railway last weekend and there were, understandably, a lot of happy people there.

From the Cumberland & Westmorland Herald:

"Rail heritage plan builds up a head of steam after huge grant



A VICTORIAN steam locomotive and Edwardian stores van housed at Kirkby Stephen East station are to be restored, thanks to a grant of nearly £1 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

The Locomotive Conservation and Learning Trust (LCLT) has been awarded £954,900 from the HLF to restore the 1889-built North Eastern Railway J21 locomotive No. 65033 to steam over the very line it used to operate on. It will also be used to develop a heritage and interpretation centre within an Edwardian railway stores van on the enclosed platform area at the station.
Toby Watkins, LCLT chairman, said: “This is fantastic news for the trust, our partners, the Stainmore Railway Company at Kirkby Stephen East and for the town of Kirkby Stephen. This superb investment by the HLF will transform the station into a leading Cumbrian tourist attraction and will be a tremendous boost for the town.

“This is about so much more than the steam locomotive. For two years a small team of experienced professionals have devised a project that will develop skills, grow the number of volunteers, offer more attractions and events, and develop Kirkby Stephen East into a Cumbrian mecca for heritage.

“It will also create two part-time posts — just one of the many ways we see the project directly and indirectly benefiting the local economy”.

The award of nearly £1 million marks the culmination of a two-year “development phase” in which the HLF granted £38,500 so that the cost of restoring the locomotive and the interpretation vehicle could be properly assessed, and a range of exhibits that will appeal to a wide spectrum of the public professionally designed."


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Temporary MD takes charge at Cumbria Tourism
Jim Walker


Jim Walker has taken charge at Cumbria Tourism as the organisation's temporary managing director.

Mr Walker succeeds Ian Stephens and will hold the position for three months while a permanent position holder is found.

Mr Walker is director and chairman of Rydal Hall in Ambleside and chairman of Eden Tourism Network. He was formerly chief executive of Lake District Estates and has also been head of tourism services at South Lakeland District Council.

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New team set up to ensure Bishop Auckland's economy booms on back of heritage and tourist-led developments



A NEW team has been set up to ensure a series of heritage and tourism developments centred on a market town delivers real benefits to its economy.

Residents and businesses in the Bishop Auckland area have been told of the vast potential that multi-million pound projects at Auckland Castle, open air show Kynren and other ventures such as Spanish and mining art galleries offer.

Last year a report commissioned by Auckland Castle Trust, the charity behind much of the work, and produced by accountancy firm Ernst & Young, predicted the tourism-led regeneration will bring 430,000 visitors a year by 2020 and create 420 plus jobs and thousands of training opportunities.

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Cumbria Tourism confirms managing director




Cumbria Tourism confirms managing director
Gill Haigh
17 July 2017 5:08PM

Cumbria Tourism has confirmed that Gill Haigh will become its new managing director.

She is the director of marketing and recruitment at the University of Cumbria and will take up her post in September.

Mrs Haigh will be the permanent replacement for Ian Stephens, who stood down this month.

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