Country house at the heart of drive to boost tour trade boost

THE owner of a country house near Sheffield is set to open its doors to tour organisers next month as part of a bid to attract more groups to visit the venue and other attractions in the Peak District.

Official tourist board Visit Peak District and Derbyshire will host an event alongside Alexandra Stillwell,  who owns and runs Renishaw Hall and Gardens, next month as the first part of the initiative.

Presentations will be given by David Thornton, the head of marketing and deputy chief executive of Visit Peak District & Derbyshire, and Ms Sitwell, on the attractions of the area.

The event takes place on March 29.

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