Local Tourist Association Chairs Group

Every 8 weeks, the Local tourist Association Chairs meet alongside Fife Council, Fife Cultural Trust, Fife Coast & Countryside Trust and VisitScotland to report on thier area's activities and feeding these activities to a national and regional level. 

 

Roger Brown - Chair of the Local tourist Association Chairs

Roger Brown - Chair of the Local tourist Association Chairs

Ongoing Local tourist Association (LTA) initiatives can help attract visitors and lead to new opportunities for sales and increased business. Through greater commercial interaction and collaboration, LTA membership can help businesses grow, increase their exposure and meet their key objectives.

Fife's Tourism Partnership has been established to ensure that visitors experience the very best that the region has to offer. Within the partnership there are six local tourist associations each responsible for promoting its own area of Fife to the many thousands of people who visit every year.

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