What happens next?

What now for Bath’s tourism and hospitality industry as the sector begins to carefully open for business?

It’s a vital element of the city and its economy, but how will it adapt to the changes brought about by the pandemic?

That’s the subject of the next ‘community conversation’ that local MP Wera Hobhouse will be hosting online on Wednesday, July 8th from 6 pm to 7.30 pm.

Wera’s guests will be Kathryn Davis, acting CEO of Visit Bath, Councillor Paul Crossley, Alison Curran, Chair of the Bath Area Self Catering Association, Chris Stephens, Director of the Holburne Museum and Andrew Peters, owner of the Green Park Brasserie. Listen to their perspectives and raise your questions on this important topic.

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1 Comment

  1. It would be good to hear from residents and not only from the people who benefit from the tourist traffic. The tourists bring massive congestion and pollution with them, due to their means of transport. The businesses make money and the residents suffer the consequences. The local government is elected by the residents and should be working for them. We need control over tourist volume, as many tourist destination cities around the world have been compelled to do due to the environmental and lifestyle damage done by high tourist volume.

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