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VIDEO Punchline Talks: Steve Gardner-Collins, Visit Gloucestershire

The coming weeks and months are crucial for tourism and hospitality businesses as we prepare for the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions.

So it is the perfect time for Steve Gardner-Collins, chairman of Visit Gloucestershire, to take his place in the Punchline Talks hot seat for a chat with Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen.

The organisation represents a sector which plays a key role in the county's economy and he also fills the role of sales director for The Hatton Collection, which runs six hotels and two pubs, as well as being the new president of the Gloucester Chamber of Commerce.

He talks about the business and personal issues which have faced hospitality businesses throughout the pandemic, keeping properties open, learning lessons from reopening in Jersey, utilising outside space, bookings for the summer, bringing the county's tourism industry together and developing strategies to attract visitors.

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