Tourism conferences aim to boost area
TOURISM chiefs have organised a week of events aimed at attracting more visitors to rural areas.
The five free events are taking place until Monday, and come after months of talks between business and community leaders to explore avenues for further growth in the sector.
Each area group has been supported by the Rural Tourism Clusters Project, which aims to help people living in rural Carmarthenshire enhance their local area through tourism for the benefit of the whole community.
The Rural Tourism Clusters Project is part of Carmarthenshire's Innovative Hubs Project, and has received funding through the Rural Development Plan, funded by the Welsh Government and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.
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Events, which began on Monday, are being held across the region and will include speakers on history, heritage, and myths and legends, as well as a report on the potential impacts of wind farms on the tourism industry.
All events begin at 6pm:
Today, Halliwell Centre, Trinity University, Carmarthen.
Tomorrow, Llansawel Village Hall.
Monday, Gwesty'r Emlyn, Newcastle Emlyn.