Friday, 14 December 2012
The International Institute for Sustainable Tourism (IIST) aims to: Improve and maintain the standards of professional competence of people involved or engaged in all aspects of sustainable tourism and in the provision of sustainable tourist services and to enhance the reputation of such persons.
This looks a useful initiative
Thursday, 6 December 2012
Another way of spreading the word about your attraction - write a book about the squadron mascot!
In ‘Straddle, Webfoot War Dog’ - the spaniel that flew on operations John Evans of the Flying Boat Centre in Pembroke Dock has brought together the little dog’s action-packed story, covering the last 18 months of World War II, and it is illustrated with 60 photographs - from the logbook and from John’s own collection.
‘Straddle, Webfoot War Dog’ is published by Paterchurch Publications, 8 Laws Street, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6DL (Tel 01646 683041), and is available from the publishers, from local bookshops and from the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust’s two locations - the Flying Boat Centre at Fort Road, and the Fleets to Flying Boats Centre, The Terrace in the Royal Dockyard. It costs £8.95.