Falmouthï¿½s Mylor Sailing School has received more good news this week (5 December) following its gold Cornwall Tourism Award in November. The Schoolï¿½s owner, Tracey Boyne, has just found out that it has been selected as one of the Finalists in the Access & Inclusivity category of this yearï¿½s South West Tourism Excellence Awards - the regionï¿½s premier tourism awards event.
In addition, the awards panel has selected the School to represent the region in the national VisitEngland awards.
Tracey is thrilled: ï¿½I have been told that there were 645 entries to consider, so we know just how much weï¿½ve achieved, especially in Englandï¿½s top tourism region, to get to the top three. Weï¿½ll have our fingers crossed at the South West Tourism Awards ceremony in Torquay on 1 February, but itï¿½s fantastic to know that we have a bronze, silver or gold award in the bag!
ï¿½Weï¿½ll be working hard on our application for the VisitEngland awards in April too. It would be amazing to win for the south west!ï¿½
Mylor Sailability is the charity formed by Mylor Sailing School, an RYA Training Centre, to make sailing accessible to people of all ages, whatever their disability.