Freshly laid plans aim to boost Scottish farm stays
A NEW £10,000 marketing campaign aimed at getting more people to enjoy holidays on Scottish farms was launched in East Lothian on Monday.
The announcement made at Redshill Farm, Gifford, during a Year of Natural Scotland brunch comes during the 30th anniversary of Farm Stay Scotland.
During the past three decades, its network of members throughout the country, each with a strong emphasis on using fresh local produce, have generated around £350 million for the Scottish economy. Redshill is one of the not-for-profit organisation’s 60-plus members.
Supported by £5000 from VisitScotland’s Year of Natural Scotland Growth Fund, this latest campaign will target more potential visitors in the UK, northern Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Canada through increased online marketing and brochure distribution.
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