10,000 extra copies of popular Northumberland Coast AONB Visitor Guide for 2016

Wednesday 16/03/2016

10,000 extra copies of popular Northumberland Coast AONB Visitor Guide for 2016

10,000 extra copies of popular Northumberland Coast AONB Visitor Guide for 2016

The 2016/17 edition of the popular Northumberland Coast AONB Visitor Guide will be available for the first time at the Alnwick Tourism Fair on Wednesday 16th March. This year the AONB Partnership has produced 10,000 extra copies to meet demand for this popular publication, which now has a print-run of 50,000.

It is the fifth edition of the guide which is designed for post arrival use by visitors and contains information about the area and tips for enjoying your stay. This year’s guide includes articles on wildlife, historical features and geology as well as events, maps and places to visit in the AONB. The cover features a stunning photograph of Holy Island by local photographer Emma Rothera, who beat 103 other entries in the annual AONB photography competition to win this top spot.

After the Alnwick Tourism Fair on 16th March, the guide will be available at Tourist Information Centres and other locations up and down the coast, and is downloadable now from the brand new Northumberland Coast AONB website (www.northumberlandcoastaonb.org).  You can also contact the office on 01670 620306 for copies or to talk to us about advertising your tourism business in next year’s guide.

Cllr Allan Hepple, Cabinet Member for Economic Growth said “I am delighted we have been able to produce an extra 10,000 copies of the Visitor Guide this year, as it has proved extremely popular with visitors in previous years and we are keen to ensure it is available all year.”

Jeff Sutheran from the award-winning St Cuthbert’s House Bed and Breakfast in Seahouses said “The Visitor Guide is always very popular with our guests who use it to plan their time here, it’s a fantastic asset for the area”.

Published: Wednesday 16/03/2016

By Visit Northumberland

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Secluded beaches
NE66 3EH
Dramatic views, sandy beaches and iconic castles - this is the essence of Northumberland's coast. Our coast is recognised by experts as a place where you will come across some rare and endangered wildlife.
St Cuthbert's House, Seahouses
NE68 7UB

Awarded 'England's Best B&B 2014' by VisitEngland - and also Bronze & Silver medals at their national Awards in 2015 & 2016 too. Your hosts Jeff & Jill offer you beautiful Guest Accommodation in this historic former chapel building, on the spectacular Northumberland coast. Beautiful, elegant restoration, offering six very high-quality ensuite bedrooms in stunning, peaceful surroundings.

Outside Alnwick TIC
NE66 1TN

Alnwick Tourist Information Centre is well worth a visit to ensure you make the most of your stay in Northumberland. Situated in the heart of Alnwick in the Market Place, the TIC is an accessible building well stocked with information leaflets.

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