Travel Counsellors held a Family Day at Alton Towers where more than 350 children and counsellors enjoyed colouring competitions, face painting and a chance to win prizes such as a stay at Alton Towers’ Splash Landing Hotel, spa days and goodie bags.
Richard E Grant was on hand to help with Tourism Ireland’s €9 million campaign. Niall Gibbons (left), chief executive for Tourism Ireland and Shane Ross, minister for transport, tourism and sport, joined the actor in Dublin where he filmed two promotional videos with Smooth Radio.
Rebecca Hughes from Tui Cardiff Queen Street took to the helm to spread the word about Princess Cruises’ #MakeMeMajestic promotion.
TTG Towers had a surprise when Colin O’Neill (fourth left), business development director for Advantage Travel Partnership, popped in with a bouquet of flowers to celebrate the consortium’s new tour operation, Advantage Holidays.
Thomas Cook has relocated to West Point House in Peterborough. Cutting the ribbon was Peter Fankhauser (left), chief executive and Chris Mottershead, UK managing director.
A selection of costumed characters from Visit Kent descended on London’s St Pancras station to give out free kisses to commuters and visitors as part of its #KissesFromKent summer campaign. The colourful cast included a bearded lady, the Wife of Bath, a surfer, a medieval lord, a heritage train driver and a nurse.