Events and Festivals
Support for Allerdale & Copeland Tourism Businesses
Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic Allerdale Borough Council’s Place Development Team held quarterly breakfast briefings at different venues across Allerdale. The purpose of the briefings is to keep local tourism businesses up to date with the latest developments in the sector, update businesses on the work of the Council, highlight and share best practice and provide a networking opportunity. Given the Covid-19 outbreak we’re doing things a little differently and bringing you as much useful information as we can online.
Below is a recording of our latest Tourism Breakfast Briefing that was held in February 2021 via Zoom, together with a number of presentations covered at the event. This was a joint briefing held by Allerdale and Copeland Borough Councils. Essential information about how to access Government support funding for businesses during the Covid-19 outbreak can be found here.
Allerdale Tourism Presentation
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Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership (CLEP) has brought together a comprehensive resource of national and local information and guidance to help Cumbrian businesses and employees help mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak. All of the this information can be accessed here.
Have your say:
Cllr. John Cook, Allerdale Borough Council’s Executive Member with responsibility Leisure and Tourism is keen to hear the thoughts of local people, organisations and businesses as we enter the recovery phase of the Covid-19 epidemic. We are particularly keen to here what you think of the tourism breakfast briefings and suggestions of any topics that you would like us to focus on at future briefings.
Allerdale Borough Council doesn’t have unlimited resources but we do have an experienced and committed team dedicated to developing and promoting the visitor and leisure economies across Allerdale. Please leave any comments at the bottom of this webpage and we’ll take them on board.