Peak tourist board chairman wished a fond farewell

Andrew Pugh, outgoing Chairman of Visit Peak District & Derbyshire (front row, third from left), receives warm thanks from interim Chairman Paul Roden (front row, second from left) at the Palace Hotel, Buxton. Also pictured are Vanessa Pugh (front row, right), David James, Chief Executive of Visit Peak District & Derbyshire (front row, left) and the Visit Peak

Andrew Pugh, outgoing Chairman of Visit Peak District & Derbyshire (front row, third from left), receives warm thanks from interim Chairman Paul Roden (front row, second from left) at the Palace Hotel, Buxton. Also pictured are Vanessa Pugh (front row, right), David James, Chief Executive of Visit Peak District & Derbyshire (front row, left) and the Visit Peak

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Warm tributes and thanks have been paid to Andrew Pugh MBE, who has stepped down after ten years as Chairman of Visit Peak District & Derbyshire, the area’s official tourist board.

Interim Chairman Paul Roden, owner of Losehill House Hotel near Hope, and tourist board staff thanked Andrew for a decade of guidance and support at the Palace Hotel in Buxton on Thursday June 26.

Andrew, Managing Director of leading tourist attraction The Heights of Abraham at Matlock Bath, has supported the area’s tourism industry for more than 30 years and led the formation of the tourist board, a partnership between the public and private sector charged with marketing the area’s unique assets to potential visitors at home and abroad.

 

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