Tourism businesses across the East Riding and beyond are invited to a regional Literature Exchange to be held at East Riding Leisure Bridlington on Wednesday, 3 April from 10.30am – 1.00pm.
A wide range of tourist attractions will be represented at the event, with details of their plans for the 2019 season.
Ian Rayner, head of culture and customer services, said: “This free and informal event is a great opportunity for hoteliers, restaurant owners, and those who run a range of tourist attractions across the area, to learn about what is coming up this year and pick up the literature they need for the coming season.
“I would encourage anybody involved in the tourism industry to come along and take the opportunity to learn about what’s coming up over the next few months.”
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