Enjoyed your visit?

Share a smile!

Support your local leisure and tourism businesses in a Covid-secure way. Post a recommendation on social media using #ShareaSmileSW.
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What is the #ShareaSmileSW campaign?

Share a Smile is a new campaign supporting the South West’s leisure and tourism sector. We’ve all felt the impact of the pandemic and it’s been a tough year for businesses throughout our region.

We can all do our bit to help the local economy and protect jobs by recommending our favourite places and inspiring other locals to make a visit.

To share the places that make you smile simply:

  1. Post your recommendation on Twitter or Instagram using #ShareaSmileSW
  2. Tag in the business name
  3. If you think particular friends or family would enjoy it too, then tag them in

Looking for other places to visit?  See which places get the most smiles here.

Latest Smiles

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How can your business get involved?

As a business, you can join in too by signing up, sharing your story and encouraging your customers to recommend you. It’s completely free and we’ll send you a toolkit to make it easy.

Who's been getting smiles?

Click on the categories below to view our top smilers.

Latest Blogs

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Want to support your local leisure and tourism businesses?

There’s a smile to be found in every business!

We all have our favourite businesses in the area where we live and work, whether it’s restaurants, cafes, leisure facilities, attractions or places to stay.

If you’ve had a great experience that’s brought a smile to your face, why not share your smile to help inspire more people to discover the brilliant businesses on their doorstep?

Simply post a photo of your favourite hotels, restaurants, attractions, campsites, pubs or cafes on Instagram or Twitter, using the hashtag #ShareaSmileSW.

As well as helping the local economy and protecting jobs, you’ll also be in with a chance of winning one of our fantastic rewards.

When you are out and about please be sure to follow the latest Covid-secure rules and guidelines at www.gov.uk/coronavirus and stay safe!