A right good read


Our new Visitor Guide for 2010 has been recently published and has gone down a storm! 60 pages of beautifully styled and stylishly written Lancashire information has seen a flurry of praise for this magazine/brochure.

The guide has been carefully crafted to reflect the new Visit Lancashire branding and to showcase the very best that Lancashire has to offer. It has emotive and inspirational copy, with real-life stories and a wealth of practical information. I know I’m biased but I can’t believe anyone can resist a trip to our beautiful area after picking up one of these.

We knew that Kate had surpassed all expectations and produced a hit when all our parents reported sitting down and reading it cover to cover. Personally, my husband now seems to have planned our weekends for the rest of the year, visiting every attraction mentioned!

As a tourism business in Lancashire – all accredited accommodations, Taste Lancashire restaurants and all attractions – appearing in the guide was as simple as agreeing to an advert, getting a free listing as a member of LBTB, or being a previous winner of our Tourism Awards.

It is so different to anything we’ve done before it seems that everyone wants to be in it in retrospect! Make sure you don’t miss out on the 2011 Guide which will be even bigger and better than this one (if that’s possible). As with this guide, you will recieve a letter and we send numerous e-mails about advertising opportunities. Also – watch this blog!

If you want to pre-register your interest for next time and you don’t want to miss out then by all means contact Kate now kroberts@lbtbltd.com

To get editorial free you need to ‘win it to be in it’. Enter our Tourism Awards 2010 right now.

Thanks go to the following for advertising in the Visitor Guide 2010:
Pleasure Beach Resort, Industrial Powerhouse Northwest, Lancashire Museums, Sandcastle Waterpark, Barton Grange Garden Centre, Mitton Hall, Camelot, Farmer Ted’s, WWT Martin Mere, Farmer Parr’s Animal World, RSPB Leighton Moss, Northcote/Ribble Valley Inns, Toast, Chapel Gallery, Samlesbury Hall, Top Hat Tours, Towneley Hall, The Hands On Gang, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, NT Rufford Old Hall, Garstang Country Hotel, Brooklands Retreat, Lancaster House Hotel, Bayley Arms, Gibbon Bridge Hotel, Highcliffe Holiday Apartments, Marina Cafe, Penny Street Bridge, The Cartford Inn, Millstone at Mellor, Shireburn, Waddington Arms, Berwyn, The Carment Rose, Dalmeny Hotel, Clogh Bottom Farm Cottages and Stanley House, Browsholme Hall, British in India Museum, Carlton Hotel, Capernwray House, Little Orchard, Mytton Fold, Redwings, Riverside, The Lodge.

sarah lundy

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