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North East Wales Celebrates its Routes to the Sea

North East Wales Celebrates its Routes to the Sea

Llangollen Canal
LLangollen Canal

 

A new film showcasing the North East Wales region has been released as part of Visit Wales’ Year of the Sea campaign which will provide the visitor with experiences and special events throughout the year.

 

Denbighshire, Wrexham and Flintshire have joined forces to produce the film to inspire new visitors to experience North East Wales’ Routes to the Sea.

 

The film explores the region’s visitor offer from inland to the coast; highlighting the cycle routes, coastal path, heritage, and beaches as well as activities including paragliding and horse riding in Talacre.

 

The variety of outdoor water based experiences available in the area are also featured including sailing, fishing, sea swimming, stand up paddle boarding and water skiing.

 

This film is the start of a series of new mini films which will be released throughout the year, featuring different themes including walking, cycling, wildlife, heritage, food & drink, beaches, as well as outdoor water activities.

 

A series of blogs and Year of the Sea professional images will also be released to help draw new and repeat visits to the region.

 

Follow Films Co-Founder Graham Cooper, who produced the films, said “This has been a fantastic project to work on over the past few months, I’ve lived in North East Wales all my life, but working on projects like this reminds me how lucky we are to live in this area. I find so many new, amazing activities whilst producing films like this, and the passion businesses have for North East Wales is great to see.”

 

Go to the North East Wales website to view the film and also for further information on the places and activities featured.

 

 

 

Year of the Sea 2018

 

The North Wales Way

 

Published 6 March 2018

 

 

 

 

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