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Holly Oakland

holly@visiteastanglia.net

0333 320 4202

Visit East Anglia launch Dutch visitor campaign with the GREAT UK Challenge Fund

Visit East Anglia has launched its first overseas promotion to attract more Dutch visitors to the region.

VEA is one of a number of successful applicants to benefit from the £2m GREAT UK Challenge Fund, part of the Government’s GREAT Britain campaign.

Activity in the Netherlands include promoting Norfolk and Suffolk at the 5-day Vakantiebeurs tourism exhibition in Utrecht last month, a series of short promotional films, itineraries for Dutch visitors on the VEA website, extensive digital advertising in Dutch media, and a showcase event at the British Embassy Residency in The Hague in English Tourism Week (March 5-13), supported by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.

Visit East Anglia appoints new Brand Manager for Visit North Norfolk

Visit East Anglia, which delivers tourism services for Visit North Norfolk Coast & Countryside, today announce the appointment of a new Brand Manager.

Kayla Dunne takes up the new post at VNNC&C after many years’ experience working in integrated marketing in Norfolk.

“Having grown up in Norfolk and now raising a family in the county, I’m excited to be able to promote North Norfolk, a place I love to be. There is something for everyone in North Norfolk, whether it is a short break, day out or family holiday and I will be focussed on getting that campaign message out to potential visitors,” she said.

Visit East Anglia appoints new Partnership Manager

Visit East Anglia is delighted to announce the appointment of Helen Cutting to the role of Partnerships Manager. Helen joins VEA at their new offices on 16th June and takes over the role from Lucy Downing who recently transferred to manage Visit North Norfolk.
 
Helen’s prime responsibility is to manage VEA’s partnership with Abellio Greater Anglia which encourages more visitors into East Anglia by train particularly from London and the South East. Activities will include developing a variety of promotional campaigns and public relations activities that will highlight the huge variety of reasons to visit us. Particular themes that will be promoted are likely to include culture, heritage, shopping and food and drink, as well as building on our wide range of cycling opportunities.
 

New Visit East Anglia and Anglian Farmers partnership

Visit East Anglia is proud to announce a new partnership with Anglia Farmers (AF) that will bring a wide range of purchasing benefits to its tourism business members.
The benefits are also available to Visit East Anglia’s local destination partners including Suffolk Coastal, Visit North Norfolk, Norfolk Tourist Attractions Association, Broads Tourism Forum and Visit Norwich.