Gower Ambassadors

Ambassadors of outstanding natural beauty. Professionally trained, local, knowledgeable ambassadors, here to enhance the visitor experience and support local events. Through ambassadors, visitors will have access to information about the heritage and landscape of Gower including local stories, advice, and recommendations that might otherwise be difficult to find.

Gower Ambassadors also want to protect the Gower Landscape and volunteer at various conservation events, beach cleans, and more.

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Recent Posts

2019 Gower Show

Gower Ambassadors were once again at the Gower Show, engaging with visitors on the Tourism Swansea Bay tourism information stand. Ambassadors Dean, Jo, Barbara, Suzy, Mark and Alan were running[…]

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Gower Tourism Ambassador Scheme Represented at First Tourism Ambassadors for Wales Conference

Tourism trade association Tourism Swansea Bay was invited to speak in Llandudno last week on the 20th June at the first ever Tourism Ambassadors for Wales Conferenceorganised by the Next[…]

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Ambassadors on the Buses

Gower Ambassadors were recently invited to attend the launch of the Swansea Bay Without A Car project. The project is an effort to promote Swansea Bay as a beacon of[…]

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Gower Ambassadors is managed by Tourism Trade Association Tourism Swansea Bay

E: info@tourismswanseabay.co.uk

Tel: 01792 371441

Tourism Swansea Bay, Barham Centre, Parkmill, Gower, SA3 2EQ


Gower Ambassadors Project

The Gower Ambassadors Project was originally instigated under the Gower Landscape Partnership programme, with further funding and support from Swansea Rural Development Partnership through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.  The project was delivered by Gareth Kiddie Associates.

Seeing the value in the ambassador scheme, Tourism Swansea Bay wanted to ensure they remained active and well utilised for the destination, local events and tourism trade. So, with funding from Welsh Government Sustainable Development Fund, they took on the project of coordinating the Gower Ambassadors in July 2018. Since then the programme has grown from strength to strength and is continuing to evolve and recruiting more ambassadors.