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In Memoriam Peter Dahl, First President of TMI

Hon. Secretary Cathy Guthrie remembers the late Peter Dahl, first President of TMI, first ever Fellow of TMI, and the man who, more than anyone else, steered this organisation through its transition from British Association of Tourism Officers (BATO) to its incorporation as TMI in May 1997. TMI send...

Date: 8th November 2019

In Memoriam Peter Dahl, First President of TMI

Placement Experience at Cromford Mills

Joint winner of this year's David Hughes Memorial Award, Daymer Skye Eshelby, shares something of her placement experience at Cromford Mills in Derbyshire, and what she learned.

Date: 28th May 2019

Placement Experience at Cromford Mills

In Memoriam Simon Curtis

Simon Curtis MTMI, TMI’s Head of Events, died suddenly in January of this year. Ed Woollard MTMI worked with Simon during his time at Medway Council and shares his memories of Simon as a colleague, along with some from Simon’s academic colleagues at the University of Westminster.

Date: 11th March 2019

In Memoriam Simon Curtis

England's Literary Greats Discover England Fund Project

In our latest blog, Andrew Bateman FTMI shares some of the thinking behind and lessons learned from Year 1 of the England’s Literary Greats Discover England Project and the project’s aspirations following a successful bid for Year 2 amplification funds

Date: 18th September 2018

England's Literary Greats Discover England Fund Project

Forty horses, twenty riders, and two sunny days in Queen Victoria's backyard

Neil McCollum FTMI shares the challenges and lessons learned from staging a major sporting event at an historic, not to say iconic, visitor attraction: the first ever horse trials at Osborne House.

Date: 29th July 2018

Forty horses, twenty riders, and two sunny days in Queen Victoria's backyard