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Article published 14/05/2024

The Forth Bridges Tourism Group have created a social media toolkit for industry, packed with resources and ideas to help you promote The Forth Bridges areas, both on the north and south sides of the bridges.

Also within the toolkit, find out more about The Forth Bridges Trail, created to encourage visitors to the area to explore key attractions and hidden pockets in both South and North Queensferry. The concept is to move visitors throughout the area and encourage them to spend longer and revisit.

A person with a bike looking at and information board with a bridge in the backgroundForth Bridges Trail, North Queensferry Railway Pier. Credit Forth Bridges Trail / Stephen Sweeney.

Get involved and promote The Forth Bridges social activity

  • To promote both locations of North and South Queensferry to visitors.

  • To share events happening in the local area to local residents and visitors.

  • To inspire visitors from Scotland, the UK and beyond to come visit the bridges spanning three centuries, and stay a while.

  • To promote the vast array of local businesses to visitors.

  • To encourage sustainable travel to the bridges from surrounding areas of Fife, Dunfermline and Edinburgh.

  • To inform and educate on the amazing history of the bridges and engineering successes.

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