Go Ape centre wins tourism award

Go Ape accepts trophy - Marcus Falconer (Go Ape marketing manager) and Emma Gardiner (Go Ape online marketing executive

Go Ape accepts trophy - Marcus Falconer (Go Ape marketing manager) and Emma Gardiner (Go Ape online marketing executive

First published in Rivington

An Chorley adventure play centre has been given a responsible tourism award.

Go Ape High Wire Forest Adventure, who have a course at Rivington, was recognised in the TravelMole 2009 Web Awards.

TravelMole, the largest global online community for the travel and tourism industry, announced the winners at an awards ceremony attended by around 200 people from across the industry at Canada House in London.

Go Ape beat three other companies to the winning spot.

Marcus Falconer, Go Ape marketing manager, said: “We’re really pleased to get recognition from the travel industry for the work that we do."

The sixth annual awards, voted for by TravelMole subscribers and judged by an independent panel of travel and tourism experts, received over 300 nominations and more than 15,000 votes were cast.

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