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Presentation by Steve Partington, Director of Business Development, Lancashire and Blackpool Tourist Board

Presentation by Steve Partington, Director of Business Development, Lancashire and Blackpool Tourist Board

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    Lancashire Heritage Attractions Lancashire Heritage Attractions Presentation Transcript

    • Steve Partington
      • LBTB Update
      • Facts and Figures
      • Clusters/Networks/Themes/Partnership Working
      • Images/Visitor Guide
      • The Lancashire Destination Management System (DMS) has 427 attraction records
      • 170 (40%) are heritage based attractions
      • Approximately 16% of visits are to heritage based attractions
      • Lancashire attractions performed better than the rest of the NW and England in 2010
      • The Lancashire museum and gallery sector saw a 12% increase in visitor numbers in 2010
      Facts and Figures
    • Clusters/Networks/Themes Hidden Lancashire - Browsholme Hall, Hoghton Tower, Stoneyhurst College, St Peter’s Cathedral Blackpool Heritage Forum - Heritage Open Days, Numerous premises, Blackpool Ambassadors Lancaster Unlocked - Lancaster Castle, Dukes Theatre, Grand Theatre, Williamson Park, LCC Museums Leyland Homecoming – British Commercial Museum, East Lancs Railway, Ribble Steam Railway, Various Transport Groups Lancashire Heritage Attractions Network – Commenced 5 th October 2006, average 30-40 attendees Heritage Revealed - LBTB’S ongoing marketing campaign
    • Clitheroe Castle
    • Gawthorpe Hall
    • Williamson Park
    • Samlesbury Hall
    • Helmshore Mills Textile Museum
    • Lancaster Canal/Lancaster Cathedral
    • Blackpool Tower Ballroom
    • Morecambe Promenade
    • Thank You – Any Questions ? Steve Partington Director of Business Development [email_address]