Changes to Lake District Tourist Advice Provision

by David Murray on 14 December 2009

in Lake District NP, Tourism, tourist advice

The Westmorland Gazette reports that plans are afoot for major changes to the provision of tourist advice in the Lake District.

Several existing advice centres are to close and in future it looks as though information provision will increasingly have to be funded by the tourist industry. I’m not going to express an opinion on the proposals as I have not been able to look at them in any detail. However, I hope that, whatever is eventually decided, there will continue for years to come to be adequate access for Lake District visitors to reliable advice in a wide range of locations.

New £300k plan to provide Lake District tourist advice centres
MORE than £300000 could be made available to help set up new tourist information facilities across South Lakeland.

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