Rural Concierge finalist for Best Rural Tourism Business at the Rural Business Awards
Herefordshire business Rural Concierge has been shortlisted for the Best Rural Tourism Business at the 2018 Midlands Rural Business Awards sponsored by Amazon.
2016 saw Rural Concierge as the overall winner of the Best Rural Tourism Business Award, as presented by the Rural Business Awards in partnership with CLA.
Over the past couple of years the business has grown from strength to strength and with Hereford City Council granting a three year Service Level agreement to manage Hereford Tourist Information, visitors to Hereford city are now able to find out what there is to enjoy in the county within Hereford Butter Market.
Established in 2013, Rural Concierge organises tours, trips and holidays, they are also the booking agents for local coach companies such as Yeomans and Whittles Holidays.
Liz Hill founder and Director of Rural Concierge said “I am absolutely over the moon to be a finalist in this category. It is real honour to receive national recognition. I always want to make the holiday experience as easy as possible for visitors travelling to rural areas and at Rural Concierge we cater not only for the local and national visitor, but we have a growing range of international clients too. We are so proud to be recognised for doing what we love”.
Liz recognised the need for a tourism based offering that supported local business and encouraged more visitors into the county, whilst also catering for local people wanting to explore and enjoy different experiences through day trips and holidays.
The Midlands Rural Business Awards event will be held on Thursday 11th October at Eastwood Hall in Nottingham
To learn more about Rural Concierge and their services you can visit their website www.ruralconcierge.co.uk.
Contact: Liz Hill
About The Rural Business Awards
The Rural Business Awards were established in late 2014 by Jemma Clifford and Anna Price – two business owners who work in rural Leicestershire. The first Awards were presented in October 2015 and the RBAs are now entering their 4th year.
The Rural Business Awards (RBAs) works with partner organisations large and small, the CLA have been involved since year one and this support was bolstered by Amazon in 2017. Amazon are our headline partners for 2018. Amongst other organisations to lend their support to the RBAs are BT Openreach, Prysm Group via Farm Business Innovation, HSBC, DEFRA as well as many niche rural organisations and charities.