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English Tourism Week is on 14-22 March 2015

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VisitEngland Annual Report 2013-2014

Our new annual report highlights our key achievements over the past year. Read more

England Rugby World Cup 2015
VisitEngland gears up to boost tourism during Rugby World Cup 2015

Read about the event and the opportunities for tourism. More on the England Rugby World Cup 2015

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VisitEngland Chairman Penelope Viscountess Cobham has been awarded a CBE

for services to Tourism Details


Latest Publications

Annual Report 2013-14
Publications

View VisitEngland's Annual Report 2013-14

Read the annual report

Business Development

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Quality Edge

The latest edition of Quality Edge magazine is out now.

Read Quality Edge

Rugby World Cup 2015

England Rugby World Cup 2015
England Rugby World Cup 2015

Read about the opportunties for tourism in England

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Market Insights

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Accommodation Business Monitor

Latest results
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Economic Downturn and the "Staycation"

Latest research
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Domestic Overnight Tourism (GB Tourism Survey - GBTS)

Latest GBTS figures

Opportunities

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Marketing Opportunities

Find out how you can get involved in VisitEngland's marketing campaigns.

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Thematic Marketing Campaigns

Thematic campaigns focusing on what England is most loved for including Heritage, Coast, Countryside and Culture to all incorporate Sport and Literature.

Opportunities available
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International Event Opportunities

Join us at business trade events targeting international markets

Opportunities available

Welcome to VisitEngland.org

VisitEngland is the national tourist board for England.

Responsible for marketing England to domestic and established overseas markets and for improving England's tourism product.

More about VisitEngland

Triennial Review

Triennial review announced on 22 July 2014.

DCMS

VisitEngland and VisitBritain reviewed as part of wider Cabinet Office work on non-departmental public bodies.

Read more about the review

Tourism Planning Guidance

The Department for Communities and Local Government is responsible for national planning policy and guidance

Planning Guidance

Planning guidance for tourism in England is now available including a National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and National Planning Guidance online resource.

Visit the Online Resource

Responding to extreme weather

VisitEngland in partnership with the Tourism Alliance has developed a practical guide for tourism businesses in response to the extreme weather.

This free guide is available now and covers everything from assessing the situation, communicating with customers, reviewing marketing activity, government support and legal considerations.

View the full guide

Take the lead

Take a look at the new guide to welcoming customers with assistance dogs

Take the lead booklet front cover

Take the lead highlights the important role performed by assistance dogs, it outlines the legal obligations under the Equality Act 2010, and how tourism businesses can boost business by attracting more visits from disabled travellers and their canine companions.

Read Take the lead


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