Revenue up at Land’s End


Figures released by Heritage Great Britain plc, which owns the Land’s End landmark, show an 8% increase in revenue and a 5% increase in visitor numbers across its Heritage Attractions portfolio compared to last year.

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The portfolio includes Snowdon Mountain Railway and The Needles on the Isle of Wight whose combined revenue increased by £1.1 million.

The company reported a “small increase” in revenue at the Land’s End landmark following a £240k investment at the Land’s End hotel and refurbishment of the First & Last Inn.

CEO Allan Leech, said: “The upward trend across the portfolio is to be welcomed as we look to invest in the future.”