Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Tag: visitors

“It would have been reckless”: Burlin discusses the countdown to the newly reset EAG

EAG Expo Martin Burlin discusses countdown
EAG chair Martin Burlin has spoken to Coinslot about the difficult decisions that led to the postponement of the 2022 exposition, and what benefits the new March dates bring to exhibitors and visitors.

Lightening up: Blackpool Illuminations extended for 2022 as town responds to “exceptional growth” in visitation

BCP Council Happyland Arcade plans
Blackpool Council has announced the town’s iconic Illuminations will be extended again in 2022, after “exceptional growth” in visitation brought about by this year’s elongated display.

Brighton sets out blueprint for recovery as huge visitor numbers are predicted

Brighton recovery blueprint - huge numbers expected
Caught wanting by the surge of visitors flocking to its coastline last summer, Brighton and Hove Council has gone about reopening its £976m visitor economy with both vision and an eye to detail.

Lift of latest lockdown could see “surge in demand” for seaside escapes

surge demand seaside escapes end lockdown
The Huddersfield Examiner has predicted “a surge in demand for English seaside resorts” in the wake of the second lockdown, hailing Yorkshire as “the perfect post-lockdown getaway.”

Free seminar spots for international EAG visitors

EAG, seminars, visitors, bacta
A limited number of free spaces for the Foundations Entertainment University event at EAG have been allocated for international visitors. The Foundation’s course will encompass the entire third day of the seminar schedule and will cover all aspects of the ever-evolving amusements industry. Topics to be discussed will include: Redemption design, electronic payments, marketing, virtual and augmented reality, how premises design...

Record numbers at Southend Pier as £6.3m pavilion announced

Coinslot - wifi Southend Pier £6.3m pavillion
More people have visited Southend Pier in the first half of year than ever before, and by 2020 they will be able to enjoy its brand new £6.3m pavilion building too.   It’s been a week of good news for Southend Pier which has been advised that is to get a new £6.3m pavilion, the announcement coming at the same time...