April ScotlandHour Wednesday 28th April, 9-10pm
Celebrating Scottish Tourism
As we look forward to restrictions easing across Scotland, and more freedom to travel and holiday once again, we think it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate Scottish tourism.
It has been a long, hard road for the tourism industry in the last year and it now needs the support of people living in Scotland more than ever! A holiday in Scotland is also the perfect antidote to lockdown, so we would like to know where you are looking forward to visiting the most?
Have you discovered a hidden gem as a lockdown local? Or do you long to travel back to where you holidayed as a child in Scotland? What sums up Scottish tourism for you?
Our guest host this month is VisitScotland @VisitScotNews . The national tourism organisation has recently launched a responsible tourism campaign to raise awareness of the importance of exploring the outdoors responsibly. We want to hear from you about what that means to you and how you respect the countryside.
Join us on Wednesday 28th April, 9-10pm when we can share our stories, photographs and images of all those places we can’t wait to visit when restrictions allow!
Remember to include #ScotlandHour and A1, A2 and so forth in your replies, so everyone can join in and share
Our questions for 28th April 9-10 PM local:
9:00 – Q1. Tell us what sums up Scottish tourism for you? #ScotlandHour
9:10 – Q2. Where is the first place or business you will visit when Scottish tourism reopens? #ScotlandHour
9:20 – Q3. What’s your favourite place to have discovered as a #HameTownTourist? #ScotlandHour
9:30 – Q4. Where are you looking forward to travelling to in #Scotland when restrictions allow? #ScotlandHour
9:40 – Q5. What sums up Scotland’s great outdoors for you? How can we all #RespectProtectEnjoy it? #ScotlandHour
9:50 – Q6. Share your favourite photos as a tourist in Scotland. #ScotlandHour
Photo of Covesea Beach is courtesy of VisitScotland
Remember to include #ScotlandHour and A1, A2 and so forth in your replies, so everyone can join in and share. Very important that bit! We can all support Scotland and ensure that we are building strong foundations for a positive future.