BHA VAT campaign signs up 15 more members

19 November 2012 by
BHA VAT campaign signs up 15 more members

The British Hospitality Association's Cut Tourism VAT campaign, which calls for a reduction in the rate of value added tax to 5% for accommodation and attractions, has signed up a raft of new members.

The campaign now has well over 350 supporters. The new members as of 9 November are:

• Beamish Wild Adventure Park, Co Durham
• Blanch House hotel, Brighton
• Caravan Club
• Chellowdene guest house, Falmouth, Cornwall
• Chycara holiday complex, Truro, Cornwall
• Fox Valley cottages, Looe, Cornwall
• Green Lawns hotel & restaurant, Falmouth, Cornwall
• GreenWood Forest Park, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd
• Hardwicke Hall Manor hotel, Co Durham
• Hayes Barton guest house, Shanklin, Isle of Wight
• Little Leaf guest house, St Ives, Cornwall
• Moshimo, Clear Conscience Eating, Brighton
• Resort Developments Organisation
• Tamar Valley Donkey Park and Tamar Donkey Sanctuary
• Timeshare Consumers Association, National

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