Want to contribute to tourism in Lichfield District and have your say in tourism issues? Then join the LDTA!

The Lichfield District Tourism Association (LDTA) is a public and private sector partnership, which was set up in 1996, to channel collective effort in marketing the area and meeting the needs of visitors, thus generating benefits for both visitors and businesses alike.

The Association is open to all businesses or individuals with an interest in tourism in the district. At present there are approximately 90 members, which include attractions, restaurants, accommodation providers, shops and cafés to name but a few.

There are many benefits of membership, not least a discount on entry and advertising rates in the Lichfield Visitor Guide, produced annually and circulated to destinations and individuals across the UK and worldwide.

Other benefits of membership include regular invites to short networking meetings held approximately every two months alongside the opportunity to take part in social events. Members receive information on wider tourism initiatives such as the Southern Staffordshire Visitor Economy Strategy and priority invites to training courses, which are either free or discounted for members. Also offered is an enhanced entry onto the Lichfield Tourism website which includes a photograph, contact details and description and a link to the member's own website/email address.

The membership year runs from March to April. For details of membership fees and how to join the Association please telephone: 01543 308210 or 01543 308216 or  click here to email your enquiry.