Tourism and hospitality businesses in Pembrokeshire are being encouraged to attend a surgery tomorrow (Friday) to discuss the industry’s latest developments.
Pembrokeshire Tourism and MP Simon Hart will be hosting the event on Friday (May 16) from 12pm to 2pm at the Gower Hotel in Saundersfoot.
Tourism is worth £550 million to the local economy, and Mr Hart commented: “Tourism is vital to the Pembrokeshire economy, supporting thousands of jobs. I welcome this opportunity to hear direct from the industry what its concerns and hopes are for the future.”
Pembrokeshire Tourism's chief executive, Maudie Hughes, added: “One of our main aims at Pembrokeshire Tourism is to support the trade and meet the needs of our members. The tourism surgery will give us an additional indication of the issues businesses are currently facing so we can then strive to support them every step of the way. It will give tourism businesses the chance to voice their concerns, and I encourage all those with issues to attend this beneficial event”.
All businesses within the tourism and hospitality sector are welcome to attend the event, including non-members of Pembrokeshire Tourism.
People attending are asked to notify the Pembrokeshire Tourism team on 01646 622228 or firstname.lastname@example.org.