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Industry News from Oct 2020

Adventure Tourism Week 16-20th November 2020

30/10/2020
Adventure Tourism Week 16-20th November 2020 The inaugural Adventure Tourism Week will take place between the 16th – 20th November and has been organised by Wild Scotland, Sail Scotland and VisitScotland. The week aims to bring together marine, activi...

Scottish Tourism Task Force Launch Recommendations – 23rd October 2020

23/10/2020
Tourism Recovery Recommendations The Scottish Tourism Task Force (STRT) was formed as a short life working group, to provide independent recommendations for Scottish Ministers and the UK Government on the essential actions to support tourism and hospitali...

Over ½ Million take a virtual escape to Scotland’s iconic coasts and islands – Sail Scotland

14/10/2020
Over ½ Million take a virtual escape to Scotland’s iconic coasts and islands Sail Scotland has today announced their record-breaking Virtual Reality drone filmed videos have been viewed over ½ million times across social media channels so providing a ...

Additional coronavirus – Covid-19 Restrictions Announced Yesterday (9th October) – Clarification for the Outdoor Tourism Sector

08/10/2020
Additional Restrictions Announced Yesterday – Clarification for the Outdoor Tourism Sector 8th October 2020 Yesterday afternoon the First Minister announced further restrictions in Scotland. These restrictions have a direct and devastating impact on...

South of Scotland golden eagle journeys to the Pennine Hills for the first time during lockdown

05/10/2020
South of Scotland golden eagle journeys to the Pennine Hills for the first time during lockdown A pioneering conservation charity addressing low numbers of golden eagles in the south of Scotland has revealed that the first eagles successfully translocated...

Creative consultants appointed to help deliver COVID-19-responsive maritime heritage project

05/10/2020
Creative consultants appointed to help deliver COVID-19-responsive maritime heritage project   West Highland College UHI’s Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research (CRTR) has taken a major step forward in bringing the west coast maritime heritage p...