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Wiltshire Council
£24,223 - £26,220 (inclusive of 10% unsocial hours plussage)
Calne, Pewsey or Marlborough
truGym
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Luton
GLL
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Eltham, London, UK
Circadian Leisure Trust
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Longwell Green, Bristol, UK
Charterhouse Club
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Godalming, UK

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Investing in culture and cultural heritage has been included in the EU's new strategic agenda, marking the first time that such a commitment has been ... More
Arts Council England (ACE) has published a new guide to help arts and cultural organisations to prepare for a "no deal" Brexit. The guide contains ... More
The number of tourist arrivals from Japan to the UK is expected to reach record levels this year, following the introduction of measures to make ... More
A new study published by the European Commission aims to help sports organisations ensure those with disabilities are offered the best opportunities to engage in ... More
There has been a mixed response to the government's immigration white paper, published last month. The document sets out proposed new laws for a post-Brexit ... More
UKinbound has publicly backed the government's much-maligned Brexit deal, saying that it would offer some measure of stability by avoiding a "disastrous no-deal" exit. The ... More
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Focus Training
The European Commission (EC) is calling for aquariums around the world to sign up to a worldwide coalition to fight plastic pollution. Joining forces with ... More
Sands of Speed – a new museum set to open in Pendine, Wales – has received planning approval from Carmarthenshire County Council. The development is ... More
Hotel trading growth is set to flatten in the year ahead due to economic uncertainty, weak business travel demand and an influx of new rooms ... More
This year's European Tourism Summit, which is being held in Lucerne next month, will focus on the threats on freedom of movement and other key ... More
It is feared that a fire raging at the 200-year-old Museu Nacional in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has caused 'incalculable' losses of historic artefacts and ... More
Strong growth from a mix of overseas visitor markets made 2017 a "record year" for inbound tourism in the UK. New figures from VisitBritain show ... More
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MoveGB
The event of a "no-deal" Brexit decision could prove disastrous for tourism in Ireland, with the Republic's industry representative warning that it could cost the ... More
Noella Gabriel, co-founder of Elemis, has been named president of the UK-based skincare company. The move was announced by Elemis CEO Séan Harrington, who said ... More
The UK travel industry has offered a "cautious welcome" to the government’s Brexit white paper, after the document acknowledged some of the sector's key concerns ... More
Interrail – the service which allows unlimited rail travel across Europe – has teamed with the European Union (EU) to offer 15,000 young people aged ... More
Tributes from around the world have poured in for the British architect and artist Will Alsop, who died on Saturday (12 May) aged 70 following ... More
AccorHotels will acquire Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts for a cash amount of CHF560 million (€482 million) later this year, subject to regulatory approvals. The deal ... More
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STA
Fitness kit and software supplier eGym will receive up to €25m (US$30m, £22.2m) in financing to support its R&D and engineering. The investment from the ... More
The Tourism Alliance has called on the government to introduce a policy it says could generate up to £2.2bn in expenditure, create 40,000 new jobs ... More
Ski jumper Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards has been announced as the keynote speaker for SIBEC EU in Spain next month. The meeting forum, which brings ... More
Britain’s exit from the EU poses a major threat to the future of museum collections, according to the director of the Victoria and Albert Museum ... More
A proposed 15 per cent tax cut to tourism in Northern Ireland would make the country more competitive with the Republic of Ireland and create ... More
John Glen, Britain’s minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), has said the country’s rising tourism ... More
Peter Rollins, director of marketing and communications at the Thermae Bath Spa has been handed the Outstanding Contribution Award at this year’s Bath Business Awards. ... More
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