60 good reasons to visit Arundel: bumperless booklet produced by Arundel Walking Tours to promote the historic town

Martin Alderton and Karen Tunnicliffe, who run Arundel Walking Tours, have created 40 Reasons to Visit Arundel in February to promote the town to tourists.

Business owners were impressed and now 20 more have been added for the second edition, 60 good reasons to visit Arundel.

Martin said: “As part of our massive campaign to promote Arundel in Sussex and around the world, we have produced a booklet and have just launched the second edition.

Photograph of Arundel by Nigel Cull on the cover of 60 Great Reasons to Visit Arundel

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“The first edition was printed in February and accompanied us to the Excursions Show at Twickenham Stadium in March. of the.

The free Arundel Walking Tours booklet 60 Great Reasons to Visit Arundel is available at various locations around town

“The response from business owners has been phenomenal and the public interest the same. We have gone back to businesses and added 20 more including Fontwell Park and Parham Park.”

The free booklet is a guide to some of the best places to eat, drink, shop, stay and enjoy, designed by Arundel Walking Tours to bring the city together and promote all it has to offer visitors.

Martin and Karen say they are committed to creating collaborations that will bring new people to the city, and those who have returned, by bringing together options for people to build their own escape, adventure or just a one-day visit. daytime.

The diverse nature of the booklet offers something for everyone, an unparalleled and unique way to create awareness, spark ideas and create memories.

With the help of the many businesses, the Arundel Chamber of Commerce and Visit Arundel, the booklet will be updated and printed at least once a year.

Andrew Griffith, MP for Arundel and South Downs, writes in the brochure: “Arundel is the historic heart of West Sussex and has so much to offer visitors and residents.

“It’s a thriving city full of fantastic independent businesses and this booklet is a wonderful, fantastic guide to discovering them all.

“Arundel Tours know the city inside out, so you can trust them to help you plan your visit. Enjoy!”

Martin is a postman who grew up in the city and has always been fascinated by its history. He set up Arundel Walking Tours in 2012 for pre-booked groups and it has become a daily 75 minute walk and talk.

Martin missed being a mule, the name given to those born in Arundel, as most mothers at the time traveled to Zacharty Merton Maternity Hospital in Rustington to have their babies.

The 60 Reasons to Visit Arundel can be picked up from a variety of locations including the Arundel Museum and Visitor Information Centres.

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