Visitors, venues, and events flock to Visit South Cambs in first year

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The tourism website for South Cambridgeshire – created by the District Council – has welcomed thousands of visitors and highlighted hundreds of venues and events in its first year launched in September 2021, with local residents and visitors encouraged to use the website to explore, discover and enjoy what South Cambridgeshire has to offer in terms of activities, places to eat, cultural attractions and green spaces.

The website also provides B&B, camping, hotel and self-catering listings, making it easier for visitors to the area to find a place to stay to make the most of the district.

A South Cambridgeshire District Council creation, the website was the first site dedicated to promoting the district’s tourist sector businesses, making it easier for people to have more fun and discover hidden gems closer to home and, by doing so, support local jobs and economies.

During the past 12 months, around 200 local venues have enjoyed free listings and more than 230 local events have been promoted, from village fetes to art exhibitions.

The site now has had more than 8,000 unique visitors from around the world, reaching countries including America, Australia, and Japan.

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