Blueprint to boost tourism earnings to £700m a year

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Ryedale will play a key role in boosting earnings for North Yorkshire’s tourism industry, a new plan has revealed.

Produced by Scarborough Council, the strategy says the plan is to work with Welcome to Yorkshire, Ryedale Council and the North York Moors National Park, as well as the coastal area.

The authors say the target is to increase earnings from tourism in the area by more than £300 million a year to £700 million in the next decade and to see some 3,000 new jobs created.

Of Ryedale it says the district’s wealth of religious and medieval history, Malton’s Roman heritage, Dalby Forest, local food production, will be used to maximise tourist promotion opportunities.




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