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Tourism togetherness needed


As chairman of the Heart of Argyll Tourism Alliance and as a director of Port Ban Holiday Park, one of the few paid-up members of VisitScotland, I am writing to express the concern of both organisations at the announced closure of a number of local tourist information offices.

Heart of Argyll Tourism Alliance (HoATA) stepped in to attempt to fill the gap left by the closure of the Lochgilphead tourist office a few years back by setting up a manned information point, now with the help of the Argyll Book Centre in Lochgilphead.

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