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Dog Friendly Toolkit

Dog Friendly Toolkit

Find top tips on how to welcome visitors with dogs for businesses across all sectors. Download our Dog Friendly toolkit below.

Image Library

To download high quality images, please visit our media library.

Videos

Woof you were here - Visit Bridgend County
CY https://youtu.be/Y8f3hMUf0Pw EN https://youtu.be/ERNdHCF80XM

Pyle Garden Centre https://youtu.be/7Rxx-kXe_WE

McArthur Glen https://youtu.be/RWuKTAKs8m8

Court Colman Manor https://youtu.be/nsSbjB2bTP4

Coffico https://youtu.be/GwxYLe96CiI

Coed Y Mwstwr https://youtu.be/BT9y4Dxq8lA

Bryngarw Park https://youtu.be/27iaL0FdqxQ

For high quality video files to use for your business, please contact Alice.Brown@bridgend.gov.uk

Download Toolkit CYDownload Toolkit EN
Southern Wales Tourism Group Travel Tool Kit

Southern Wales Tourism Group Travel Tool Kit

Group travel is an important sector for Southern Wales, even post Covid-19. It’s hard to think of a business within the public, private or voluntary sectors that couldn’t benefit from welcoming group visits.

Download your toolkit here

South East Wales Tourism Forum

South East Wales Tourism Forum

A Regional Fora was established in 2014 to drive the delivery of the tourism strategy in each region. There is a forum in each region - north, mid, south east and south west. The forum meets three/four times a year to discuss and review tourism developments and to bring together key stakeholders within the region.

The forum aims to identify:

  • which individual business or destinations can work more closely together within the region
  • opportunities for tourism development within the region
  • the method for feeding into each forum through destination management partnerships

Bridgend County has two industry representatives as well as BCBC officers on the forum. Meeting minutes are available here.

Visit Wales Industry News

Visit Wales Industry News

Stay up to date with tourism industry news from Visit Wales

Visit Wales are committed to providing the support and assurance the business community needs during these unprecedented difficult times and have issued several Coronavirus (COVID-19) related bulletins which can be found on the Tourism Industry Coronavirus (COVID-19) Bulletins page.

Visit Bridgend

Visit Bridgend

This Visit Bridgend website was launched to help promote the sea, summits and scenery of county borough, featuring activities, accommodation and places of interest.

Visit Bridgend promotes the many strengths of the destination, from golf and water sports to the variety and beauty of the coast and countryside.

The logo forms part of the destination brand for the County Borough. The design of the logo shows a cross section of the County Borough. Featuring the hills of the Llynfi, Garw and Ogmore valleys and Maesteg Town Hall, the historic Old Bridge in Bridgend town centre, the Ogmore River and the beautiful coastline.

Visit Bridgend and Croeso i Ben-y-bont ar Ogwr are on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

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Visit Bridgend

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Bridgend Business Forum

Bridgend Business Forum

With over 900 members, Bridgend Business Forum acts as a collective voice for businesses in Bridgend County Borough. Since 2009 it has represented companies of every size across all sectors. The Forum is active in responding to local issues and developments, and provides it members with:

  • a collective voice
  • excellent opportunities for networking and the sharing of best practice
  • a regular programme of business events
  • training courses
  • sponsorship opportunities
  • annual business awards

Find out more

Business Zone

Business Zone

This section of the Council’s website provides information for local businesses, including:

Visitor Economy

Business Support

Organising an Event

Traffic Signs for Tourist Destinations

Listing your business on this website

Listing your business on this website

We are keen to include relevant accommodation, attractions and activity on this website to showcase what the County offers to potential visitors. To find out more, please contact our Destination Management Officer, Alice Brown.

01656 815332
alice.brown@bridgend.gov.uk

If your business has a listing on visitwales.com you will automatically appear on this website. For helpful tips on making the most of your listing download the new industry guide - "Top tips for an epic listing"