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Leisure Media chief executive Liz Terry MBE will today (5 May) be awarded an honorary fellowship from the Tourism Society in recognition of her "notable services to UK tourism" throughout a 32-year publishing career.

Terry – whose company publishes nine business-to-business magazines serving the leisure industry and more than 50 websites – has been a staunch supporter of the tourism industry through various channels. She follows Clive Jacobs, Peter Long and Simon Calder as recipients of an honorary fellowship from the industry's professional membership body.

"Done well, tourism is a transformational force in the world, bringing people together, creating precious memories, enhancing quality of life and also driving economic growth, peace and prosperity," said Terry.

"The Tourism Society has worked tirelessly and effectively to represent and promote the interests of tourism and we support their work wholeheartedly."

"Thanks go both to the Tourism Society for the recognition and to the Leisure Media team, whose passion for their work inspires me every day."

The accolade will be presented this afternoon during a special Tourism Society Fellows Lunch at Gordon Ramsay's Heddon Street Kitchen. During the event, which will be preceded by a half hour networking session, Terry will recount her experiences during a lively career in the publishing world and leisure sector spanning four decades.

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Leisure Media chief executive Liz Terry MBE will today (5 May) be awarded an honorary fellowship from the Tourism Society in recognition of her "notable services to UK tourism" throughout a 32-year publishing career.
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