Great Big Green Week
The Great Big Green Week is the UK’s biggest ever celebration of community action to tackle climate change and protect nature.
Between 24 September and 2 October this year, Great Big Green Week will unleash a wave of support for action to protect the planet. Tens of thousands of people in every corner of the country will celebrate the heartfelt, brave, everyday actions being taken to stand up for nature and fight climate change.
The North York Moors National Park is working on several activit…
Results of National Coastal Tourism Academy business survey
We sometimes ask you to contribute to the National Coastal Tourism Academy survey. They gather information to help plan campaigns and lobby government for additional support.
The latest results can be seen here: Coastal Business Survey results 2022_wave 2 June.pdf.
Some of the Yorkshire findings are slightly different to the national picture - you can see these differences here: NCTA business survey_Yorkshire Coast_June 22.docx.
Accessible tourism - an important market
If you think of 'accessible tourism' as important but hard to understand, think again. And if you think all disabled visitors are in wheelchairs and you can't necessarily cater for them, think again. You may be missing out on a huge market. We've added some information and resources to the Accessibility page - take a look and see how you can benefit, and make 20% of the population happy!
Eden Camp Leaflet Exchange
The Eden Camp leaflet distribution day will take place on Wednesday, 30th March. This is an opportunity for accommodation providers to pick up leaflets from attractions and event organisers - and have a good chat with industry colleagues too.
Please see this leaflet for all the details. You'll need to take a copy with you to gain entry.
Dark skies and counting stars
Photo: Byland Abbey by Steve Bell
The Dark Skies Festival starts this Friday. Thanks to those businesses who’ve already been promoting it on their social channels. It’s a fantastic opportunity to encourage visitors to experience the tranquillity and spectacular night scapes of the North York Moors. Don’t forget you can use the Image library.
When using images from the image library, please remember to always credit the photographer. Although we provide images for you to use in your marketing, …
North York Moors 2040 - we want your views
You may remember earlier in the year we asked for your thoughts to help the North York Moors National Park Authority create a new Management Plan. It’s one of the most important documents we produce and sets out a long-term vision for the National Park.
The draft Management Plan has now been published. We need your comments as the individuals and businesses who represent and work in the tourism sector. It will directly affect the North York Moors National Park’s future objectives and actions…
Ways you can benefit from North York Moors National Park marketing activity
There are many ways you can benefit from the marketing undertaken by the North York Moors National Park. The more you get involved, the more you'll benefit.
Don't forget to use the messages and resources created for the Time For You campaign. The National Park is investing significant budgets into this activity so by using the messages, you're able to piggy-back on that budget, without spending a penny!
Join the activity friendly schemes. They will help you to target some growing markets and…
Destination coverage through PR activities
If you've spotted an article or snippet of information about the North York Moors National Park in the media, chances are it's been generated through PR activities initiated by the North York Moors National Park working with Amanda Brown from A2BPR. Amanda continues to generate significant press coverage by working with journalists, proactively suggesting ideas for travel features, responding to requests and arranging itineraries.
Recent activity has included journalist visits from Lottie Gross…
Marketing update - October 2021 - International Marketing
The North York Moors National Park works with VisitEngland and VisitBritain to promote the National Park overseas, focusing on no-fly markets such as the Netherlands and Germany. This work is now resuming, with the potential for overseas press visits in 2022.
Recent activity has included:
- regular features on VisitBritain's digital channels (blogs/social media)
- a German hub has been created - see it here
- partnerships such as House of Britain’s De Reis Fabriek (consumer channel) and paid …
Email Emily Watson to register your interest or confirm event details for the …