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Campaigns and Opportunities


Our marketing initiatives are focused on boosting tourism in England, with support from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF).  Information about our marketing opportunities, campaigns and partnerships will be posted below when available, as well as information about sporting and other national opportunities for engagement. View details below and find out how you can get involved.

Engagement Opportunities

Find out about wider opportunities to engage and promote your business, attraction  or destination, including the Rugby World Cup, Year of the Garden 2016 and more. We are also seeking consumer content from industry for websites, newsletters and domestic and international marketing activity.

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Festival of Rugby

Get involved in the Festival of Rugby, starting on 10 June, in the run-up to the Rugby World Cup 2015.

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Content Call

Our editorial team creates content for websites, newsletters and domestic and international marketing activity using images, video and copy received from Destination Management Organisations, national organisations and businesses.

Our Current Projects

We run a number of initiatives to market and promote English tourism including the Holidays at Home are GREAT! campaign and English Tourism Week. Find out more below.

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Holidays at Home are GREAT

Our Holidays at Home are GREAT campaign is helping to boost the domestic tourism market. Find out more.

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English Tourism Week 2015

English Tourism Week is our annual week-long celebration of the English tourism industry. Find out how you can get involved.

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National Strategic Partnerships

Our strategic partnerships are aimed at boosting the growth of tourism across related sectors including arts, culture, heritage and parks.

Past Projects

Find out more about our past marketing projects below.

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Regional Growth Fund Programme

“Growing Tourism Locally” is a three-year programme to March 2015 delivered by VisitEngland and local partners funded by the Government’s Regional Growth Fund (RGF), VisitEngland and the private sector.

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