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New website for Marketing Peak District & Derbyshire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 08 March 2017

Toasting the success of the 2017 Marketing Peak District and Derbyshire website at the Cromford Mill’s launch event are: (left to right) Vanessa Pugh, Jo Dilley, Andrew Pugh, Rupert Pugh, Louise Potter, Dan Eagar, Lindsay Rae and Martyn Wright

Toasting the success of the 2017 Marketing Peak District and Derbyshire website at the Cromford Mill’s launch event are: (left to right) Vanessa Pugh, Jo Dilley, Andrew Pugh, Rupert Pugh, Louise Potter, Dan Eagar, Lindsay Rae and Martyn Wright

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Marketing Peak District & Derbyshire, the area’s official tourist board, recently launched a new website

Marketing Peak District & Derbyshire, the area’s official tourist board, unveiled its new website recently at a reception at Cromford Mills – the address remains www.visitpeakdistrict.com. It offers a wealth of information to visitors in a new simple-to-use format, with a planner tool that allows visitors to create an individually-tailored itinerary and track down special offers.

‘People are right at the heart of the best practice we have drawn on to develop our new website, so that visitors can access the information they need quickly and easily, whether they’re researching on a desktop computer before their visit or using a mobile device while they’re here,’ said Jo Dilley, Managing Director of Marketing Peak District & Derbyshire. ‘It’s specifically designed to build on the success of our previous website, and to be more mobile-friendly, to reflect the changing ways our visitors are accessing information about, and special offers in, the Peak District and Derbyshire throughout the year.

As well as improving our online relationship with holidaymakers, its new features will also bring benefits for all our members, businesses and organisations showcased on the site.’

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