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ENGLISH TOURISM WEEK

Peak Cottages and CW Sellors Fine Jewellers support Tourist Board

New VPD Patrons with the Duke of Devonshire

Official Tourist Board Visit Peak District & Derbyshire is delighted to welcome their latest patrons Colin MacQueen of Peak Cottages and Chris and Diane Sellors of C.W. Sellors Fine Jewellers, joining the team of patrons in their bid to promote the Peak District as a world class destination.

David James, the tourist board’s Chief Executive, commented “We are delighted that Peak Cottages and C.W. Sellors Fine Jewellers have joined as Patrons, and now have an elite band of business supporters from all sectors helping to put the Peak District on the world tourism map.

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Go Peaks Launched

PEAK DISTRICT TOURISM ECONOMY ON THE UP - GENERATING MORE THAN 1.8 BILLION DURING 2013

Gulf States visit to Go Ape Buxton

Tourism continues to make a key contribution to the Peak District and Derbyshire economy – generating more than £1.8 billion in 2013.

New research reveals that the area’s tourist economy has been on the up since 2009, despite the general economic recession.

The industry’s value to the local economy increased from £1.47 billion in 2009 to £1.8 billion last year, while the number of full-time equivalent jobs it supported rose from almost 25,285 in 2009 to 27,500 in 2013.

 

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