Don’t forget that this Wednesday is the annual Visit Exmoor Networking Day with Leaflet Exchange, at Wheddon Cross. Exmoor Magazine will have a stand at the afternoon Leaflet Exchange and we would love it if you came and said hello. You can find out more about the magazine and share your article ideas and feedback with us.

The Leaflet Exchange is a useful opportunity for tourism providers to come along for free and pick up leaflets and information for use in their venues through the coming season, including the brand-new Eat Exmoor food and drinks guide, as well as swap ideas and network with other tourism businesses. Complimentary tea and coffee will be provided by Miles.  This year the Leaflet Exchange takes place at the Moorland Hall, Wheddon Cross, between 2pm and 4pm, following on from the morning’s Visit Exmoor AGM, presentations and lunch over the road at the Rest & Be Thankful Inn.

The Visit Exmoor morning’s events provide an opportunity for tourism providers to hear all about the work of the organisation and to contribute their ideas. This is an ideal opportunity for local tourism businesses across Greater Exmoor to network, get involved and pick up useful tips and advice.

Things begin at The Rest & Be Thankful Inn, Wheddon Cross, at 11.30 with the Visit Exmoor AGM and a series of informative presentations from local experts, including award-winning glamping business owner Bella Given, Dan James from Exmoor National Park and social media specialist Matt Young.

A buffet lunch (£8.50 per head) will be served at the Inn along with the chance to network with like-minded tourism business owners. Members of the Visit Exmoor committee will also be on hand to answer any questions.

As with the Leaflet Exchange, all businesses are welcome, and the event is FREE to attend. If you would like to go along in the morning though, please do register so that Visit Exmoor can plan for numbers.

There is no need to register to attend the Leaflet Exchange – for that you can just turn up. We hope to meet you there!

PHOTO: by Julia Amies-Green