WWGL 2017

Need a group bookings contact fast? The 2017 edition of Who’s Who in Group Leisure is now available in print and online digital edition.

The directory is packed with names, addresses, e-mails, and handy websites for a spectrum of companies, destinations and attractions that specialise in group trips and travel.

Amongst the 300-plus pages there are listings for cruise companies, hotels, tourist boards, stately homes, museums, theatres, theme parks and festivals.

The publication is handily split up into county sections, so GTOs have at-a-glance access to all the group-friendly tourism and leisure options on their doorstep, or in the parts of the world that they have pencilled onto their bucket list.

The chunky directory also includes a foreword by Tourism Minister Tracey Crouch, in which she talks about the outlook for travel in 2016

Plus, there are insightful comments from VisitEngland, VisitScotland, Visit Wales and Tourism Ireland, which outline the big projects and initiatives that are coming up in each country in 2017.

For example, the Visit Scotland column explains what groups can look forward to in the Year of Culture, History and Heritage.

Finally, readers of the directory will also be able to peruse a stats page, in which they can find out which are the most popular tourist attractions in England, Scotland and Wales.

Thousands of printed editions will be posted out this month, but you can also buy a copy £40 plus postage and packaging.

To order your copy call 01908-613323 or visit www.groupleisure.com/shop.

The digital edition is available to read now at www.groupleisure.com/whoswho.