Calling Families and Group Travel Organisers
Struggling for ideas for your next day trip? Have a group to keep entertained and unsure where to take them? We’re here to help.
On Wednesday 6 March (10am – 1pm) we’re bringing some of the area’s top attractions together – under one roof - to showcase all our beautiful region has to offer. From museums and zoos to coach hire and holiday lettings companies Leaflet Exchange, taking place at the Brasserie, Chichester Festival Theatre, offers the perfect opportunity to collect information, speak to the people in the know and get inspired about your next big day out, or mini break, in the Chichester region.
With a host of exhibitors in attendance including The Novium Museum, Arundel Castle, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester Golf, South Downs Planetarium, the Weald and Downland Living Museum, Marwell Zoo, Buster Ancient Farm, Bignor Roman Villa, Beaulieu, Woods Travel, Chichester Ship Canal and many, many more, organising a trip just got a lot easier! What’s more, everyone who attends this free event will be entered into a prize draw to win tickets to a host of attractions around the region, including:
- Marwell Wildlife
- Sussex Prairies
- Borde Hill Garden
- Chichester Festival Theatre
- Chichester Harbour Conservancy
- Wey and Arun Canal Trust
- Chichester City Tours
- COOK Chichester
Chichester’s Leaflet Exchange has been running for a number of years but is usually only open to the trade. Due to high demand, we’re excited to be opening our doors to the public for the first time this year and look forward to welcoming you to our event.
Date: Wednesday 6 March
Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: Chichester Festival Theatre
Attendance from the trade
Exhibitors: We are near capacity for exhibitors, so we recommend booking as soon as possible to guarantee your place. Find out more here.
Networking: As above, it is free to attend Leaflet Exchange – this is a great networking opportunity and everyone is welcome. We ask that only exhibitors distribute promotional material however.
For any questions, contact the event organiser, Richard Cole on firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit: Philip Vile