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Trends in tourism and recreation 1968-78. A paper prepared for the Chairmen's Policy Group by the Countryside Recreation Research Advisory Group



Trends in tourism and recreation 1968-78. A paper prepared for the Chairmen's Policy Group by the Countryside Recreation Research Advisory Group



[Publication] Countryside Commission (CCP 134): 23



Trend data for tourism and recreation over the past decade are brought together. Sections cover: Underlying social trends; Trends in domestic holiday taking in Britain; Overseas visitors to Britain; Sport; Day trips and outings; Forecasting; and, Prospects and conclusions.

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