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VisitEngland has launched a call to action for the industry to get involved in English Tourism Week, which runs from March 16-24, and register their special events and activity on the English Tourism Week 2013 website.


 Previous English Tourism Week events have ranged from afternoon teas and English-themed baking competitions to art exhibitions, special guided walks and ‘behind the scenes’ tours. 


To get involved, register the details of your event or promotion through the English Tourism Week event submission form, including web links, contact details and images. The tourist board will then promote selected activity via a range of channels, including editorial on its website and blog, as well as its Twitter and Facebook pages.


For more information see ww.visitengland.org

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