Monday, September 21, 2020

Tag: Staycations

Finishing 2020 with a bang: Skegness hopes to pull off successful winter season

Skegness winter season
Opinion is united in Skegness that the resort must - and shall - stay on its top form year-round, as the Bank Holiday marks the end of a truncated summer season - and possibly the start of a new one?

International holidays slashed as Brits opt for staycations

Staycation Bournemouth beach
Tour operators can’t give trips to Greece and Turkey away, as political, economic and climatic factors keep Brits at home for the summer. The staycation is

Brits spending £13bn on staycations every year

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British holidaymakers are spending almost £13bn a year on staycations according to a new study.   The research, conducted on behalf of short team loan provider Wonga, also revealed that 93 percent of the population go on at least one UK break every year. With the study finding that the average budget for staycations is £267.93, it adds up to £12.9bn being...

MPs’ group recommends tourism VAT cut for coastal communities revival

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  The All Party Parliamentary Group for the Visitor Economy has called for a cut in tourism VAT as a primary step towards boosting the staycation trend and lengthening the summer season.   An influential group of MPs has included a cut in tourism VAT in a list of 37 recommendations for the government to help Britain’s coastal communities. In its report, the...

New survey confirms UK is now British public’s favourite destination

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  Only London is more popular than traditional seaside resorts for a long break, according to a new study on the population’s tourism preferences.   A new survey has found that over half the British public now prefers a UK staycation in preference to a holiday overseas. Some 53 percent of the 2,000 people questioned by vehicle hire website Rentalcars.com said that exploring...

National Coastal Tourism Academy – Researching a coastal tourism revival

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While seaside tourism received a boost from Brexit in 2016, the National Coastal Tourism Academy has been developing research on a path to the long term revival of Britain’s coast. Set up in 2013 with the first round of funding from the Government’s Coastal Communities Fund, the National Coastal Tourism Academy (NCTA) has been working on methods to boost tourism...

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