The Manhood Peninsula Partnership runs events and workshops to provide a forum for discussion within particular sectors. Recently tourism and the visitor economy has been the focus for these events, all of which are underpinned by previous work that took place during Going Dutch and Pathfinder.
The autumn event organised by the MPP called ‘What Makes the Peninsula Special’, took place at Southend Barns, Donnington, on a glorious autumnal Thurs 6th November. The event was aimed at businesses involved with the tourism and visitor sector on the Manhood Peninsula, and 64 individuals representing 43 different organisations attended. Participants included accommodation providers, pub and... Continue Reading »
The Selsey Sea & Salad Fair, organised as part of the Selsey Festival 2015, got off to a very wet and windy start on Sunday 23rd August 2015, which unfortunately didn't encourage many people to go out and about. However the weather brightened up late morning and the sun was out by mid day. The sun brought a surprising... Continue Reading »
In early June this year (Tuesday 4th June 2013) the Manhood Peninsula Partnership (MPP) organised a seminar aimed at individuals and organisations providing accommodation for visitors to the Manhood Peninsula, south of Chichester. The event, called ‘Medmerry - new opportunities for tourism’, was held in the Solent View Room, Bunn Leisure, which was kindly provided at no cost. It... Continue Reading »