Friday, 27 March 2015

WRAP adds new resources online

New resources available on http://www.wrap.org.uk/category/sector/hospitality-and-food-service, include Packaging case study – with potential savings of approximately 20%, representing 4,700 tonnes of material per annum for Brakes Group and Bidvest 3663; Food safety legislation guidance – includes a "mythbuster" poster, a guide for managers and a full matrix of relevant food waste legislation;   Menu planning webcast on preventing food waste within your organisation and to help increase your profit; and A new communications pack is available which includes key waste statistics, topics for blogs and tweets, as well as practical ideas such as how to embed HaFSA videos onto your website. Resources may be downloaded.... Read More

Friday, 27 March 2015

National Tourism Awards for Wales 2015 - winners announced

The best in Welsh tourism was unveiled on 25 March during an awards ceremony and dinner at The Vale Resort in Hensol. Over 300 applications were received and 58 businesses and individuals were shortlisted across 14 categories and sub-categories. List of winners http://www.ntawales.com/english/winners/... Read More

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Wales Tourism Week 2015 - Round up of events

Ken Skates AM Deputy Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport kicked off Wales Tourism Week at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and later in Tourism Week gave the keynote address at the Mid Wales tourism and business conference in Llandrindod Wells. On Monday the 16th March, a reception was held at Ty Gwydyr, Whitehall, the home of the Wales office in London,  to bring together trade members and Welsh MPs. It was hosted by Baroness Randerson, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Wales who was accompanied by Alun Cairns MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary (Wales Office). Picture: Baroness Randerson is joined by Mark Williams MP, Chair of... Read More

Monday, 23 March 2015

IPS figures released for January 2015

The latest figures for inbound tourism show; Visits to the UK by overseas residents rose by 5% in the 12 months to January 2015 compared to a year earlier. In the 12 months to January 2015 the earnings to the UK from overseas residents visits was 2% higher than a year earlier, at £21.6 billion. UK residents made 3.9 million visits abroad in January 2015 and spent £2.3 billion during these visits. The point has been made that large gains were made due to strength of Euro in 2014 however this  is unlikely to be the case this year. It has also been shown... Read More

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