Separated waste collections for workplaces

From 6 April 2024, all workplaces must separate their waste for recycling. The Welsh Government is introducing new regulations that will require all workplaces to separate recyclable materials in the same way that most householders do now. This will improve the quality and quantity of how we collect and separate waste. The legal requirements to separate their waste will affect: all workplaces (businesses, the public and third sector) those who collect the waste, or arrange for waste to be collected those who collect, receive, keep, treat, or transport waste who will need to keep the waste separate from other types of waste or substances Further information on how you can […]

Go North Wales Tourism August Trade News

North Wales Tourism have and are still working hard on behalf it’s members on issues that are affecting the industry. We are in constant contact with the local MSs and MPs on these issues and are also lobbying side by side and working closely with the Wales Tourism Alliance to drive forward the importance of the industry to the economy of Wales and the effects and implications of these issues on the businesses and industry as a whole. We are also working closely with the local press and media to raise the issues affecting us to make sure the voice of our valuable industry is heard. If you have any […]

Review 182 – Let us hear your views

Working with PASC UK and Wales Tourism Alliance a five set plan has been launched to try and get an agreed review date on the 182 days let threshold and negotiate further exemptions to Council Tax Premiums for Self Catering Operators. The Campaign is called ‘Review 182’ and that will shortly also have a logo. As part of the five set plan: Phase one:  A second survey has been launched into the impact of 182. Please complete this important survey as this will help towards collating data for the campaign: Phase two: We will enable you to be able to write directly to your MS with a few simple […]

Workplace Charging Scheme

The UK Government has funding available to help businesses purchase and install electric vehicle charging points. A maximum of 75% of the cost, up to £350 per socket, is available. All businesses can use it to provide chargepoints for their staff or fleets, and charities and small accommodation businesses can also use it to provide chargepoints for their guests or visitors. More information is available at Workplace Charging Scheme.

Day Out With The Kids new partnership with TXGB

Day Out With The Kids (DOWTK) have now teamed up with TXGB, to offer families a seamless ticket buying experience on their site. Boasting over 35 million annual website visitors and 10 million Google impressions per year, they are one of the UK’s leading platforms dedicated to making it easier for families to discover ‘Things To Do’. Find out more about how to opt-in or connect here.

Google Things to Do

Google Things to Do:  New from Google, ‘Things To Do’ helps businesses promote tours, attractions and activities to interested consumers looking for unique and exciting experiences. Connect for free via TXGB and share live availability and pricing to drive direct, commission free bookings, with just a 2.5% TXGB booking fee.Opt-in via your TXGB dashboard, or visit and apply via the ‘Get started’ button.