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Responsible Tourism Launch

Members of the Tourism Group attended the South of Scotland Destination Alliance 2024 Conference in Dumfries today, where the SSDA launched their 10 year responsible tourism strategy. They joined various groups of people from organisations and businesses, all equally passionate about working together to promote our wonderful assets in the south of Scotland. For Langholm, visitors are key to supporting our high street businesses, organisations, cafés, hotels, The Buccleuch Centre and accommodation providers etc.



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This afternoon we met with BEAR Scotland who are the contractor for Transport Scotland looking after the A7. We walked the high street reviewing the existing signage offering feedback and…

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