English Tourism Week 2021 is taking place between the 22nd and 31st May and highlights the importance, value and vast contribution of the sector makes to the UK economy to stakeholders including, government, MPs and ministers.
Cumbria Tourism has invited the county’s six MP’s to visit tourism businesses within their constituencies to learn how the Coronavirus pandemic has affected them as well as showcasing the quality, range and value of English tourism future and highlighting concerns and opportunities for growth.
Follow and engage with these visits during the course of event through our social media channels as we highlight the benefits of our industry to every corner of our diverse county.
Show your support for the event on your own channels using the hashtag #EnglishTourismWeek21.
We have provided some sample Twitter copy, alongside downloadable graphics, but feel free to adapt for your business and for other social media platforms. Don’t forget to tag Cumbria Tourism (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) and @visitenglandbiz (Twitter) in your posts.
- “We’re Here for Tourism because of its importance to our culture and heritage” #EnglishTourismWeek21 @cumbriatourism @VisitEnglandbiz
- “We’re Here for Tourism because the sector is worth over £3billion to Cumbria” #EnglishTourismWeek21 @cumbriatourism @VisitEnglandbiz
- “We’re Here for Tourism because of great local businesses in my area such as [insert name]” #EnglishTourismWeek21 @cumbriatourism @VisitEnglandbiz
VisitEngland have produced a toolkit for businesses to use as part of English Tourism Week, including logos, posers and social media graphics.