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Record 8.6 million Brits plan holiday at home this August Bank Holiday, bringing £2.1 billion boost to economy

21 Aug 2019

VisitEngland’s August Bank Holiday Trip-Tracker survey shows that 8.6 million Brits are definitely planning an overnight holiday trip in the UK this Bank Holiday weekend, bringing an estimated £2.1 billion boost to the economy.

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England’s museums and art galleries saw the most significant growth in visitor numbers in VisitEngland’s Annual Attractions Survey published today.

13 Aug 2019

England’s museums and art galleries saw the most significant growth in visitor numbers in VisitEngland’s Annual Attractions Survey published today.

Alum Bay Isle of Wight
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More than seven million Brits holidaying at home this August Bank Holiday, bringing £1.75 billion boost to economy

22 Aug 2018

More than seven million Brits are planning a holiday at home for the August Bank Holiday weekend according to a VisitEngland survey released today.

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VisitBritain’s flagship global travel trade event ExploreGB comes to Yorkshire in 2019

15 Aug 2018

VisitBritain has today announced that its flagship annual travel trade event ExploreGB is to be held in Harrogate in 2019.

Brighton Pier
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Visitors flock to England’s historic properties

8 Aug 2018

VisitEngland’s Annual Attractions Survey shows historic properties and historic houses and palaces experienced significant growth in visitor numbers in 2017.