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VisitBritain

WHO LOVES YA BABY
Canadians biased for Britain
28 JAN 2019: Canadians love Britain, by almost any metric. Start with 2017 numbers: 835,000 Canadians visited Britain, which was 1 percent more compared to the year before but 150,000 more than 2010. And in 2018 those figures were expected to break that threshold, setting a new record. MORE

THEY HAVE DONE IT AGAIN
Britain Takes Over
28 JAN 2019: If you think this publication has a decidedly British feel this morning – you’re right. We’ve partnered with VisitBritain (they think of it as a “Takeover”) and so you’ll find that, while they may not dominate the news quite as heavily as they do today, for the next while we’ll be focused on keeping you informed on all things British. Canadian tourism to Britain is on the rise and the numbers for 2018 while not yet in – are expected to break records. By the way, that’s not really me on the balcony – but I can hope.   MORE

MARGATE
No bigging up required
02 NOV 2018: According to the Association of British Travel Agents, Margate is one of the hippest seaside resorts in the UK, so there’s no bigging up required. The once-glorious and affluent seaside resort town of Margate fell on hard times when the package holiday boom took off in the mid-20th century, with many of its famous attractions quickly falling into disrepair; but since the opening of Turner Contemporary on the seafront, the fortunes of ‘Merry Margate’ have been restored. There’s a new generation of residents and visitors energising the harbour town with ideas, capitalising on its retro heritage, almost kitsch, appeal.   MORE
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