Government urged to support golf tourism ahead of ‘increasingly bleak summer’

The situation facing businesses relying on inbound international tourism was laid out in an adjournment debate in the House of Commons

Golf clubs and businesses that rely on international visitors face an "increasingly bleak picture for summer 2021", MPs have been told. In an adjournment debate in the House of Commons, North East Fife MP Wendy Chamberlain urged the Government to commit to "supporting the golf industry, which relies so much on inbound international tourism"....
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