Earlier this year, Green tourism projects in the Norfolk Broads received a 500, 000 Euro grant from the EU, made available by the STEP initiative (Sustainable Tourism in Estuary Parks).
This follows a success in 2006, when The Broads became the first
The Broads will be working in partnership with the Biesbosch National Park in the Netherlands and the Schelde Estuary, Belgium, where yesterday (11th May 2010), Ian Russell, Chairman of the Broads Tourism Forum attended the launch.
Ian said: “Funding of this type presents a range of wonderful opportunities to deliver new initiatives which will help
Plans to use the funding include the launch of a new website (www.enjoythebroads.com), a visitor lead conservation fund, the promotion of a Green Tourism Business Scheme and an increase in waterway electricity charging points. The area between
Lucy's article was also posted by Responsible Travel
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