Peak tourism and business chiefs united

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A working partnership has been cemented in the hope of promoting tourism across the area.

Hope Construction Materials has pledged its support for the official tourism board Visit Peak District and Derbyshire to help promote the areas a world class destination.

“We are delighted to welcome Hope Construction Materials on board as one of our key business ambassadors in our quest to promote the Peak District as the perfect place for a short break or holiday for visitors from both home and abroad,” said David James, the tourist board’s chief executive.

“We have had a long–standing partnership with the Hope cement plant, and it’s a pleasure to extend this relationship to Dowlow Quarry as well, now that they are both part of the Hope Construction Materials network.”

The company joins founding patron Chatsworth House Trust, Elysian Hospitality, Losehill House hotel and spa at Hope, No 6 The Square Tea Rooms in Buxton and Thornbridge Brewery, Bakewell, as the tourist’s board’s leading business supporters.

“All our Patrons make a huge contribution to our efforts to put the area on the world tourism map, and we very much appreciate their commitment to helping us maintain and widen its expanding national and international profile,” David added.

Ashley Bryan, industrial director of Hope Construction Materials, said: “As part of a well–established Peak District industry we are very pleased to continue our relationship with Visit Peak District and Derbyshire.

“Hope Construction Materials prides itself on supporting the local economy and community around its operations. By becoming a patron, we hope to demonstrate the responsible role we play in our continued support for the area and its future.”