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Hinkley Tourism Action Partnership FREE Digital Online Training Programme


The first in an exciting series of free business support webinars with others planned for the autumn

we bring you



 The 1-hour session will walk businesses through the considerations that need to be undertaken in preparation for the proposed re-opening of the sector on the 17 May 2021

All businesses in the visitor economy are encouraged to attend. Following the seminar, participants will have access to re-opening risk assessment documentation and planning template and will also be invited to join the Visit Exmoor/Visit Somerset Associate Member Programme.

There are two webinar dates available:

Friday 7 May 2021 at 2.00 p.m.

Register here

Thursday 13 May 2021 at 11.00 a.m.

Register here

Spaces are limited, please register early.


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West Somerset Tourism Newsletter May 2021

Minehead Tourist Information

Welcome to the West Somerset Tourism News. Click here to view

The aim of the newsletter is to let you know about opportunities, local events, training and other information that will be of relevance to your business or information you might want to pass on to your customers.  We're continuing to focus on Covid-19 support for you and your business, especially as the lock-down measures are starting to ease.
If you have anything, tourism related, that you think should be included or want to give feedback, please email us at Minehead Information Centre:

Better Business for All

Event: 11 May and the 1 June 2021

Marketing Materials:

NHS Covid-19 App Team: Webinars for the Hospitality Sector

South West Food Hub Event Wednesday 12 May at 12 Noon

Every day, 1 in 4 people in the UK eat a meal in a public sector setting. The South West Food Hub invites you to join us for our next event on Wednesday 12 May at 12pm, where we’ll be looking at what is being done to help ensure the food bought and served by the public sector is more sustainable and supports local producers.

We’re delighted to welcome back Neil Parish MP and Chair of the EFRA Committee. Neil will be talking about the recently published EFRA report into public sector food procurement, which sets out recommendations on what the government can do to improve how the public sector buys its food, calling for it to do more to support local producers and backing the South West pilot for a new dynamic purchasing system for public sector food procurement.

We’ll also be joined by Philip Shelley, Chair of the National NHS Food Review. We’ll find out more about the review and its recommendations on how we can get more nutritious, locally sourced food into hospitals. He’ll also tell us more about his work leading the new strategy to bring these recommendations to life.

We’ll also hear from David Hynd, Programme and Partnerships Manager of the Heart of the South West Growth Hub. The Growth Hub helps businesses in the area wishing to develop and grow and David will chat more about their work and the help they can offer local SMEs.

For Details: Click here