Manchester news There's a huge tourist invasion into Yorkshire's 'worst' seaside town Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The resort lingers at the bottom of a league table of seaside destinations in the area

Manchester news There's a huge tourist invasion into Yorkshire's 'worst' seaside town Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The resort lingers at the bottom of a league table of seaside destinations in the area

Manchester news There's a huge tourist invasion into Yorkshire's 'worst' seaside town Manchester united news
05 August 2022 - 09:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A beach town which finished last out of all of Yorkshire's seaside destinations in Which? magazine's 2022 guide has seen a tourism boom. The East Yorkshire town of Bridlington increased from 3.05m between June 2020 and May 2021 to 4.9m between June 2021 and May this year, according to figures from Place Informatics, which analyses tourism footfall and behaviour. That's an increase of 1.85m - or 61%. While the lifting of coronavirus restrictions will have played a part, Bridlington experienced the greatest percentage increase of Yorkshire's six main seaside resorts, reports YorkshireLive. Read more:"I can't stay here...

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. It also had the greatest number of visitors (7.3m) between June 2021 and May 2022. Down the coast, Filey enjoyed a 56% jump in tourist numbers while further north in Whitby footfall rose by 44%. Visitor numbers to Hornsea increased by 40% while numbers visiting Saltburn-by-the-Sea rose by 37%. Clive Hall, CEO of Place Informatics, said: "It is great to see these popular Yorkshire seaside towns are attracting so many more visitors over the last 12 months, but these huge increases can impact local businesses, services and infrastructure if not managed correctly. Our data helps these seaside towns understand their visitors and helps them minimise any negative impact of this increased popularity to ensure these additional visitors are a positive for the towns and their businesses." Bridlington finished 72nd out of 87 resorts in this year's Which? guide, based on the consumer magazine's survey of thousands of tourists. It scored an overall 62% losing points for its lack of attractions and value for money. Read today's top stories here Read next: New laws in place for anyone visiting Merseyside beaches this summer The huge cave in the Peak District with incredible views just a drive away from Manchester Man charges £50,000 electric BMW through first floor window after being forced to remove outdoor charging point Marks and Spencer issues nationwide BAN in all shops Remains of third victim discovered at demolished mill in Oldham

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