drive to attract holidaymakers to Burnham-On-Sea this summer
new 2010 tourist guide has been launched this week with the aim
of encouraging more visitors to our area during what could be
a challenging year for the local tourist trade.
24-page glossy brochure was officially unveiled on Wednesday (February
10th) by Bob Nicholson, Chairman of Somerset Tourism Association,
on Burnham seafront.
total of 100,000 copies of the brochure have been printed and
these will be distributed in Tourist Information Centres, inserted
into tourist magazines and handed out at tourism exhibitions and
shows during the next year.
hope that this year will be a good year for the local tourist
trade, but the early indications on bookings have been disappointing,"
Bob told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
year, our area benefited from many people taking holidays in the
UK during the recession, but we need to promote ourselves to ensure
holidymakers keep coming back and that newcomers are welcomed."
is tight at the moment. The new tourism guide provides lots of
helpful information about Burnham, Brean and Berrow - with advice
about things to do and places to go."
brochure is available from Burnham-On-Sea Tourist Information
Centre on the town's seafront and is funded by advertisers, who