One of the UK’s most beautiful tourism destinations is to attract new groups of visitors through a unique ‘road trip’ film.
Port Sunlight Village on Merseyside in the Wirral was founded by industrialist William Lever in 1888. The village was built to house Lever’s Sunlight Soap factory workers, but today is home to a museum, world-class art gallery, stunning parkland and a thriving community.
It’s always been of great interest to tourists, and now Port Sunlight – no stranger to the silver screen – is soon to premiere a special promotional film made to help attract groups and coach parties from around the country, see https://vimeo.com/551905934
Arranged by Port Sunlight Village Trust, custodian of the village, working in conjunction with National Museums Liverpool’s world famous and iconic Lady Lever Art Gallery, the short film will serve as a remote planning tool for tour planners to help them put their tours and excursions together.
Steve Reed, MD of UK travel trade specialist company Steve Reed Tourism Ltd, is featured in the film, which has been produced by Denbighshire-based film company Eastwood Media. The film showcases the various attractions and sites of interest to the coach and tourism industry, with locations including Port Sunlight Museum; the Edwardian Worker’s Cottage; the brand new ‘SoapWorks’ attraction and the Lady Lever Art Gallery.
For more on Steve Reed Tourism see www.stevereedtourism.co.uk