New guide for visitors to Hinckley and Bosworth

A new, complimentary visitor guide has been launched to help visitors to plan their trip to Hinckley and Bosworth in Leicestershire.

Hinckley won ‘Best Market Town’ in the Leicestershire Promotions 2017 Tourism & Hospitality Awards. The new, free guides include information for visitors to Hinckley and Bosworth on:
• Top Ten Tips
• Accommodation details
• Travel to Hinckley and Bosworth
• Annual events diary
• Venue listings for the themes of ‘Great Outdoors’, ‘History & Heritage’, ‘Shopping’, ‘Family Fun’, ‘Food & Drink’ and ‘Culture & Leisure’
• Maps of Hinckley town centre and the surrounding area around Hinckley and Market Bosworth

The new guide has been produced by Leicestershire Promotions in partnership with Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council and Hinckley BID.

The guides will be available from local attractions, cafes, libraries, Tourist Information Centres and shopping centres. To download a copy of the guide online, visit www.goleicestershire.com/Hinckley-and-Bosworth or via the social media pages on Facebook or Twitter.

Executive Member for Rural Places & Communities and Tourism at the Borough Council, Cllr Kevin Morrell said: “The Visitor Guide Is a fantastic resource for anyone wanting to discover all the borough has to offer and shows just how much there is to see and do. It is full of beautiful pictures and interesting information and helps us along with our tourism partners to encourage more visitors to the area.”

Steve Wegerif, Director of Hinckley BID, said: “Between ourselves and HBBC we hold more than 50 fun events in Hinckley town centre each year and we look forward to welcoming even more visitors to our award-winning market town.”

Martin Peters, Chief Executive of Leicestershire Promotions added: “Hinckley and Bosworth have a great offering for visitors from great food and drink, shopping and the world-famous Triumph Motorcycles, through to family fun attractions including Bosworth Water Trust and Twycross Zoo, and medieval history and heritage including the pivotal story of King Richard III and the Battle of Bosworth. This new guide covers all of these and a lot more to help visitors to make the most of their time in the area.”