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Britain's vibrant tourism industry has changed its name

Britain’s vibrant tourism industry has changed its name to the visitor economy.

During 2013, the visitor economy earned over £126 billion and employed more than three million people. 102 more words


NewsDesk - VAT reduction brings more tourists to Ireland

The number of tourists visiting Ireland continues to rise.

Figures released by the Central Statistics Office show an 11% increase in overseas visitors between May and July. 110 more words


Inspirational National Justice and Peace Conference

Last week, CAFOD volunteers and Justice and Peace activists Maureen Thompson, Rita Belletty and Anne Dodd joined around 250 people at the National Justice and Peace Annual Conference… 713 more words


Rebuilding Justice day with Fr Edu

Thank you to everyone to came along to meet Fr Edu at Romero house! It was a wonderful, inspirational day. If you weren’t able to attend (or just want to refresh your memory), here’s a roundup! 493 more words


Sheku from Sierra Leone visits us

The Northampton Diocese welcomed Sheku Mark Kanneh (Livelihood and Disaster Risk Reduction programme officer – Sierra Leone) on the 13 and 14 July.  Sheku who has never been to the UK before, in fact he says “I have not been outside Africa before!”, was delighted to meet volunteers and supporters from around the Diocese. 554 more words


The next best thing to going to see family and friends is when they can come to see you 

As the years pass by and I am still finding myself calling Singapore ‘home’, one of the great joys of being here is when family and friends can come and visit you. 1,455 more words

Fabulous Friends

Para sa mga Pinoy, 12 July

Join us on Sunday 12 July to hear Father Edwin Gariguez, executive secretary of NASSA (Caritas Philippines), give updates about Typhoon Haiyan and pray for justice in the Philippines. 125 more words