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Rebecca Pow MP
Tourism News

Rebecca Pow MP appointed as new Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Arts, Heritage and Tourism

23 May 2019

Rebecca Pow MP is the new Minister for Tourism, replacing Michael Ellis MP.

Press Releases

Grant applications re-open for VisitBritain’s Business Events Growth Programme, supporting the growth of international business events in the UK

20 May 2019

Following a highly successful three years, VisitBritain is once again dedicating funds to support development of international business events in the UK.

Flower Shows Map
Press Releases

VisitBritain/VisitEngland highlights importance of gardens to tourism at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

16 May 2019

The importance of British gardens to tourism is being highlighted by VisitBritain/VisitEngland during the RHS Chelsea Flower Show as part of the national tourism agency’s 50th anniversary celebrations in 2019.

ExploreGB
Press Releases

Tourism industry gears up for trade event in Yorkshire, promoting Britain to the world

30 Apr 2019

VisitBritain is gearing up to host its annual flagship travel trade event to sell destination Britain to the world.

 The Roaches, Staffordshire, England.
Press Releases

More than seven million Brits plan a UK holiday this Easter, bringing £1.8 billion boost to economy

17 Apr 2019

VisitEngland’s ‘Trip Tracker’ survey released today shows that 7.4 million Brits are definitely planning an overnight holiday trip in the UK this Easter weekend, bringing an estimated £1.8 billion boost to the economy.