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Special guests at Cotswold Farm Park

Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park welcomed a number of special guests yesterday (Thursday) as part of English Tourism Week.

The Guiting Power attraction was delighted to host Nick De Bois and Fiona Pollard from Visit England and they were also joined by Sally Graff and Chris Jackson from Cotswolds Tourism, Andy Parsons from Cotswolds National Landscape and Robin Dale from Cotswolds Tours and Travels.

Kate Lord, head of business development at Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park, said: "We were delighted to chat to Nick about our work with Cotswolds Tourism through the past 12 months, who have been helping visitor economy businesses with re-opening safely and sustainably.

"We are hugely grateful for the support from Cotswolds Tourism, Cotswold District Council and Visit England over the last 12 months, and we look forward to continuing with this collaborative approach as we work to rebuild the visitor economy.

"The day also timed perfectly with the sun finally making an appearance, and the opening of our new Timberplay Ltd aerial play!"

After recently re-opening again, the farm park is gearing up for a particularly busy week with the start of half-term tomorrow and a decent weather forecast.

For more information about what's on at the Cotswold Farm Park, go to cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk 

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