Uttlesford businesses urged to join Essex Pass tourism scheme

PUBLISHED: 14:25 13 August 2017

Jonathon Moore of Essex Pass, left, with Carole Cowell and Mark Starte from Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre. Picture: SWTIC

Jonathon Moore of Essex Pass, left, with Carole Cowell and Mark Starte from Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre. Picture: SWTIC

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A yearly pass, to save money on visiting attractions in the Saffron Walden and Dunmow area and beyond, is now on sale at Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre.

Costing £9.99 and valid for 12 months, the Essex Pass offers savings on attractions, such as Saffron Walden Museum and Audley End Miniature Railway, as well as at restaurants and businesses.

Duty manager at the tourist information centre Mark Starte said: “We are very excited to be working with the Essex Pass team and to be able to offer the pass to local residents at such a reasonable price.

“I expect it to be very popular and would also encourage local businesses to take a look and sign up for the scheme too.”

Jonathon Moore, of the Essex Pass, said: “We are very passionate about supporting local independent businesses and Saffron Walden is packed with little gems throughout the town.”

It does not cost businesses to join.

Full details can be seen at www.essexpass.com

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