National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage Increases

The Government has announced the rates of the National Living Wage (NLW) and National Minimum Wage (NMW) which will come into force from April 2023. In doing so, it has accepted in full the recommendations of the Low Pay Commission. The rates which will apply from 1 April 2023 are as follows: Rate from April 2023Annual increase (£)Annual increase (per cent)National Living Wage£10.420.929.721-22 Year Old Rate£10.181.0010.918-20 Year Old Rate£7.490.669.716-17 Year Old Rate£5.280.479.7Apprentice Rate£5.280.479.7Accommodation Offset£9.100.404.6

Spring Tourism Trade Seminars and Meet The Producer Event / Seminarau Diwydiant y Gwanwyn a Digwyddiad Cwrdd a’r Cynhyrchwyr

North Wales Tourism in partnership with Cywain, Menter a Busnes is pleased to announce the dates and venues for the spring trade seminars and Meet The Producer events. A fantastic opportunity for Tourism & Hospitality delegates to see, meet and taste the fantastic Welsh products that’s available in North Wales.Joining Produce & Tourism together· Topics Include:· Talk & Taste – Q& A session· Food & Drink Visitor Experiences· New Food Tourism Toolkit· Distribution leader· Go North Wales Update· Network with like-minded people to find out what is really happening in the  tourism and business community· Gather information from trade stands, suppliers to the industry with special focus this year on Welsh food suppliers· Provide feedback — how can we help in […]