Local Distinctiveness Workshops move now to the Addingham area

Posted: 1.05.12

Local businesses are being asked to identify the area around Addingham’s unique qualities by a new project working in the South Pennines.

The South Pennines local distinctiveness project, managed by rural regeneration company Pennine Prospects, is holding a marketing meeting to look at what makes Addingham special and different.

“What are the most important aspects of the area? Which bits should we be trying to promote? What does Addingham offer that’s different?” asked Rebecca Yorke, project coordinator. To find the answers to these questions local businesses are being invited to an event at The Fleece, in Addingham at 1.30am on Wednesday, May 9.

This is just the first stage in the South Pennine LEADER-funded project which is designed to benefit tourism, hospitality and creative businesses across the area. All attendees will receive a free copy of the Local Distinctiveness Handbook, which is packed full of ideas for local business marketing.

There’s no charge for the workshop, but those interested in coming along are asked to register at www.southpennines.co.uk.

Regular updates will also be posted at www.facebook.com/southpennines or tweeted, @southpennines.

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