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Langdon Hills Market Analysis and Segmentation, (December 2005), Continuum Group



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Langdon Hills Market Analysis and Segmentation, (December 2005), Continuum Group

Locum Consulting (2005) Exmouth Visitor Gateway Centre: Options Appraisal and Preliminary Feasibility Review Final Report to Exmouth Project Group

Mersey Partnership (2003) ‘The Liverpool City Region: Winning Tourism for England’s North West - A Vision and Strategy for Tourism to 2015.
Quality of Coastal Towns: An Interreg 11c project to promote sustainable tourism and development in coastal areas (2000) Merseyside Coast Visitor Research Summary Document Quality of Coastal Towns Project
Seaton Visitor Gateway Centre: Options Appraisal and Preliminary Feasibility Review, September 2005, Seaton Project Group (Locum Consulting, Form Design Group).
Steward, H. (2000) Quality of Coastal Towns: An Interreg 11c project to promote sustainable tourism and development in coastal areas Quality of Coastal Towns Project
The Tourism Company (2003) Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site Marketing Strategy The Tourism Company, Ledbury, Herefordshire.
UK Market Profile, updated January 2006, VisitBritain, www.visitbritain.com

Destination England: How well does it deliver? VisitBritain, November 2004, www.visitbritain.com


Contacts and information sources for follow-up
Blaenavon
Cath Thomas – World Heritage Site – Blaenavon Project Officer 01633 648002

St. Peter’s School Blaenavon Business Plan (November 2001) (Torfaen County Borough Council)

Management Plan for nominated World Heritage Site Blaenavon Industrial Landscape (October 1999) The Blaenavon Partnership

Kathryn Stowers Marketing Officer, Big Pit: National Coal Museum,

Tel: 01495 790311, Fax: 01495 792618, Mob: 07970 017210
http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/bigpit/

Big Pit: Marketing Strategy 2006-7

General redevelopment of Big Pit

Bogda Smreczak 01633 648081

Destination Blaenavon’ (May 2003) Blaenavon Industrial Landscape Marketing Strategy

Gareth Phillips - Team Leader Environmental Projects, Countryside and Environmental Projects, Torfaen County Borough Council, 8041

Katie Gates - Informal Recreation Project Co-ordinator. Countryside Section, Torfaen County Borough Council, County Hall, Cwmbran, Torfaen, NP44 2WN
Tel: (01633) 648329 Fax: (01633) 648370 www.countryside.torfaen.gov.uk

Helena Berends (December 2004), Final Report on Transition to Nature as part of the INTERREG IIIB project “Boundless Parks, Naturally!”


Jurassic Coast
David Tucker 01305 250250/ d.a.tucker@dorsetcc.gov.uk
Sam Rose: samrose@dorsetcc.gov.uk
t.badman@dorsetcc.gov.uk

Aberdeenshire
Forvie and Cyrus www.nnr-scotland.org.uk
St Cyrus Andrew.turner@snh.gov.uk 01674 830736
Forvie Annabel.drysdale@snh.gov.uk 01224 642863
Forvie NNR: Reserve Management Proposals 2005-2011
www.bennachie.org

www.aberdeenshrie.gov.uk under ranger service

Bennachie - Fiona Banks 01467 681470 fiona.banks@aberdeenshire.gov.uk

Bennachie - There are some surveys and the HLF bid, but the documents are not in electronic format.

Huntly - Jackie Cumberbirch - Recreation Ranger, 01466 794161, Gordon Smith


jackie.cumberbirch@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

www.forestry.gov.uk/peregrines

Merseyside
lionel.psvt@btconnect.com (Lionel Bowland, 0151 644 4806)
Southport eco centre – new centre run by Mersey Travel (0151 2275181)
Mersey Waterfront Programme – development of coastal assets via a string of visitor centres: Louise Hopkins (0151 2373907) Louise.Hopkins@merseyside.org.uk
Merseywaterfront.com
howardmortimer@wirral.gov.uk
Andrew.hall@planning.sefton.gov.uk
Will Moody, Team Leader in Sefton’s Planning Dept. Tel: 0151 934 3608

Northumberland
Stephen.farthing@english-heritage.org.uk (0191 269 1216)

Lynn.Rylance@english-heritage.org.uk (0786 7688209) (Management Coordination Unit)
Duncan.wise@nnpa.org.uk

Exmoor
Shirley Booker, Blackmoor Gate Visitor Centre
Tim Braund: tpbraund@exmoor-national park.gov.uk
Marston Vale

‘Planning Sustainable Communities – A Green Infrastructure Guide for Milton Keynes and the South Midlands’, The Milton Keynes and the South Midlands Environment and Quality of Life Sub group, 2004

‘Breathing Space, Creating green Infrastructure in the Forest of Marston Vale’, The Forest of Marston Vale

The Forest of Marston Vale, Tony Talbot, Managing Director: 01234762701, tony.talbot@marstonvale.org

The Forest Centre, Sue Chance 01234767037, sue.chance@marstonvale.org

Business Development Manager, Ian Foll (on annual leave so not consulted) 01234762610; Stewartby Lake Watersports Club - www.stewartby.org.uk

Priory Country Park rangers (Errol) – 01234211182 prioryrangers@bedford.gov.uk

Stockgrove Country Park - Keith McCarthy 01525237760 rangers@stockgrove.co.uk (resources too stretched to fill in proforma)

Danish Camp – Gail Lee 01234838709, www.danishcamp.co.uk



The Veluwe



www.hogeveluwe.nl

Proceedings of the European Nature Conference 2005, Our landscapes: space for nature opportunities for people, 21-25 September, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

Helena Berends (December 2004), Final Report on Transition to Nature as part of the INTERREG IIIB project “Boundless Parks, Naturally!”

The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Scottish Enterprise, World Class Visitor Attractions – Creating successful businesses by learning form the best
Green Futures, Centres of Inspiration.
Naturums in Sweden
agneta@westerdhahl.net, Telephone 0046 25015050

Thomas.hansson@m.lst.se

Svenn Engbert (Skrylle Centre) Telephone: 00464658525




1 Domestic can be defined as British.

2 No formal research has been done into the motivation of this group, and evidence of motivation is purely anecdotal.

3 Casual visitors are defined as not attending as part of a pre-booked group.

4 Beaufort Research 2003





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