ASVA welcomes nominations for its Board of Directors

ASVA is inviting nominations from its Attraction Members to join its Board of Directors.The Board meets four times a year and Directors help develop ASVA's policies and strategies, as well as ensuring the Association stays close to its members. Board membership can [...]

Ensure you have your say in our latest ASVA survey

We are once again asking all visitor attraction operators across Scotland to take part in our latest survey. This is vital to enable us to determine the current status of our sector, with a particular focus on the ongoing impact of the pandemic on businesses and their [...]

Businesses are urged to continue to comply with COVID mitigation measures

Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Economy Kate Forbes has urged all sectors of Scotland’s economy to remain focused on current COVID guidance. Referring to the current high rates of infection throughout the country, Ms Forbes stressed the importance of businesses [...]

ASVA to co-host Scotland’s National Tourism Conference

We’re delighted to announce that ASVA – in partnership with the Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA), HIT Scotland (Hospitality Industry Trust), and Scotland Food & Drink – will host Scotland’s National Tourism Industry Conference on 24 and 25 November. The event [...]

Workplace testing is rolled out to support Scotland’s recovery

Organisations with ten or more employees are being urged by the Scottish Government to sign up for asymptomatic workplace testing as part of an enhanced drive to identify emerging cases of coronavirus and break transmission chains. Free lateral flow device (LFD) tests have [...]

ScotSpirit Holiday Voucher Scheme aims to boost tourism recovery

VisitScotland is encouraging tourism businesses including visitor attractions to sign up to a new voucher scheme to help low-income families, unpaid carers and disadvantaged young people affected adversely by the pandemic to enjoy a subsidised two-night break in [...]