Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: public health

Philip Paris: “The summer was increasingly positive for business as an overwhelmingly ‘staycationing’ British public found our members’ fairs nationwide… Happily, they liked what they experienced”

Philip Paris Showmen's Guild of Great Britain
2021 was a tough year for the Showmen sector on the fairs front, but its reach within political circles was certainly bolstered. There was a listening at all levels of the political ladder from government down to local councils. Although Philip Paris feels like “it’s déjà vu… 2022 looks like starting in a similar way”, the Showmen’s Guild is definitely starting the new year in a different - the sector has become a new influencer in the political arena.

“Business is buoyant”: Showmen ably adapt to the new normal

business is buoyant Showmen ably adapt to the new normal
The Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain has reported that “business has been strong” for the truncated 2021 season, with Showmen rapidly adapting to new trends and overcoming organisational hurdles while safely bringing back all the fun of the fair.

Skegness MP calls for investment in yearround attractions

Skegness investment
The member of parliament for Skegness has welcomed a report from the Director of Public Health in Lincolnshire recommending investment in year-round facilities in order to tackle inequality, stating “it’s an important issue.”

“Enough is Enough”: Resentment grows as Tier 3 hits Britain’s coastal resorts

Philip Miller enough is enough on Government restrictions Southend
Resentment is growing in the industry towards the government’s tier restrictions, with one operator, Philip Miller, going to his regional newspaper to tell the local and national government: “Enough is enough”.