Visit East Yorkshire Tourism Update - 5/2/21

Visit East Yorkshire Tourism Update - 5/2/21

VHEY hope you’re all keeping safe and well during lockdown. We’re pleased to be out of January and heading towards lighter days and, fingers crossed, better weather. This week’s Visit East Yorkshire newsletter includes information on the Shop Local Online, SME survey, access to the Visit East Yorkshire extranet, and the Visit East Yorkshire Facebook photography group.
We’d like to say hello and a big welcome to all our new partners that joined in January!
The Harbour Masters House
Marina Holiday Apartments
Southwold
THREE B’s Micropub
Campbell Sands
Wild Harvest School

 

Share the love of East Yorkshire
As we move in to spring, we’re going to be promoting a share the love of East Yorkshire campaign that we hope you’ll be able to get involved in. We want you to share your favourite locations and memories with us, tag us in photos of your favourite East Yorkshire location using #VisitEastYorkshire.
Make sure to tag us in any Valentine’s Day deals you’re promoting on Facebook and Instagram so that we can share them across our channels too.

 

Visit East Yorkshire Photgraphy Facebook Group
This group is for anyone who loves to take pictures of gorgeous East Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Wolds and wants to share them!
As managers of Visit East Yorkshire social media and the visiteastyorkshire.co.uk destination website we’re always on the lookout for the perfect snap to promote the destination and so we want to create a community of photographers (amateur, professional, passionate or just like snapping while you’re out and about in the area) who want to share their snaps and have their images featuring on our website and social media.
We’d like to encourage as many local businesses who are also handy with a camera or just like taking a few snaps while out in the area to join our new Visit East Yorkshire Photography Group.

 

Have your say!
The Aura Innovation Centre and the University of Hull in conjunction with Lampada Digital are inviting SMEs and organisations in the Humber to complete a quick survey to help shape what low carbon business support packages are available for businesses over the next decade. Take part here.

 

Shop Local Online
We are promoting our Shop Local Online page across social media and marketing campaigns, in order to support independent businesses in the East Yorkshire area and to encourage shopping local. See the page here.


If you are a small/medium sized business which is a food, drink, retail, tourism experience or leisure service business located in East Yorkshire and are offering delivery, click and collect, on-line, takeaway services and vouchers, and would like to be featured, please send an image and link to your online shop to barbara.macniven@vhey.co.uk. If you know anyone that may benefit from this campaign please feel free to pass on this information.

 

Visit East Yorkshire website extranet
Keep your business entry on the Visit East Yorkshire website (visiteastyorkshire.co.uk) up to date with your own extranet access. Please get in touch if you’d like to maintain your entry including; updating images, opening times, prices, descriptions and more. Email info@visiteastyorkshire.co.uk and we’ll set up your account and send you login details.

 

Keep in touch
Please keep in touch and let us know of any activity you’re undertaking during lockdown so that we’re able to support you the best way we can through our social media and marketing campaigns. If you have any events that are on our website and have been cancelled, please let us know so we can remove them from our listings – don’t forget to tell us any new event dates you might have too! Email us on info@visiteastyorkshire.co.uk


We’re Good to Go Scheme Extended
VisitEngland have announced the extension of the Good to Go Scheme for the next few months, with the addition of personalised certificates.
The industry standard and supporting mark means businesses across the sector can demonstrate that they are adhering to the respective Government and public health guidance, have carried out a COVID-19 risk assessment and check they have the required processes in place.
See here to find out more.

VisitEngland’s Free Business Recovery Webinar
The Bookability and the tourism distribution landscape webinar is on Thursday 11th February and will look at what is meant by being ‘bookable’ and will explore the options available for your business, with a view to helping inform distribution choices for domestic and international recovery.
Book your place here.