Tourism businesses, communities and social enterprises are set to benefit from £1.47m of net zero transition funding
A new qualification, run by an Argyll resort and Argyll College to train the next generation of hospitality professionals, has produced its first graduates
Argyll’s hotels and restaurants are struggling to capitalise on the best ever UK staycation boom and the end of social distancing, due to staff shortages caused by Brexit, covid, and burnout
The Community Led Tourism Infrastructure (CLTI) investments are supporting capital projects across the region to help prepare for the safe return of visitors.
An additional eight staff have been employed from May to September to keep the hotspot areas clear of litter and making sure that the litter bins will be emptied on a more frequent basis.