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Articles by Peter Rosenfeld

Born in Sale, Cheshire I followed a non-conventional career after boarding school, through the merchant navy, into Saudi Arabia and then into my own business(es). In 2004 I found the World of media, initially in front of the camera for a number of TV documentaries and productions both as presenter and victim! In 2006, after gaining the respect of my peers along with a reputation of influencing consumer decisions through my communication skills, I began writing for a number of travel publications. In summer 2008 my written efforts were rewarded with my own dedicated slot as a travel correspondent & radio presenter for Cheshire FM entitled "The Talking Tourism" show. I have been accepted (by application, interview and due-diligence) into the British Guild Of Travel Writers (BGTW) and later that same year, the National Union Of Journalists (NUJ). I have decided to now focus on travel-related features, articles and presenting. ACHIEVEMENTS: HND Marine Engineering CPC Passenger Transport Travel writer & radio presenter Four business start-ups to acquisition Founder Director of Visit Chester & Cheshire (VCC) regional tourist board Director of Weaver Valley Regional Park (WVRP). Panel Member (Tourism) Bank Of England Monitory Commission. PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA: British Guild Of Travel Writers (BGTW) member National Union Of Journalists (NUJ) member Talking Tourism Show Presenter "CheshireLIVE" Show Presenter DINKY Guide journalist & editor CD-Traveller Journalist Viva TV Travel Presenter Travel panel member and critic

When You Don’t Want The Holiday To Stop: Options For Working Abroad

14/10/2016 – 16:59
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The world is more open to us than it has ever been. We can travel from country to country, holidaying and soaking up life far away from the things we know. For most, …

Epic Holidays To Take Before You Settle Down

14/10/2016 – 16:50
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There are things you can only do when you’re at a certain age. Or better yet, that you should only do at age points through life. For example, the cardigan and blue rinse phase …

Have a fabulous San Francisco Adventure

15/01/2016 – 19:02
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By Alicia Baker
There is something comforting about the idea of San Francisco. You feel as if you should know it. It is familiar through so many images. image by
Of course, there is that bridge, Alcatraz, the trolleys …

Adventures in the Swiss Alps

13/01/2016 – 13:40
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By Alicia Baker
Nestled in the heart of the Gotthard Pass, deep in the Swiss Alps, is Andermatt. An unassuming town, the population is just over 1,400. Don’t let that fool you into thinking that it’s …

Pure Nature in Slovenia, shaken in a cocktail of adventure!

29/09/2015 – 20:20
Camping Menina and Logarska Valley

By Peter Rosenfeld
In just 2 hours from the UK, often costing less than £90, you can find yourself in Slovenia, mixing with peace-loving, nature-conserving folk living in a scenic paradise and an ambiance reminiscent of …

The APPOINTMENT GROUP (TAG) launches TAG GLOBAL SPORTS

06/07/2015 – 09:12
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By Alice Kiewiet
The Appointment Group (TAG) has today announced the creation of its latest division, The Appointment Group Global Sports (TAG Global Sports), which will offer a dedicated travel service to professional sports clubs and Governing …

Manchester Students Join Mlambe Project to build Schools in Malawi, Africa

10/05/2015 – 19:45
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By Dom Grocott
A group of students from the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University have joined forces with The Mlambe Project to assist the charity with its vision to provide low-cost high-quality schools for …

How to slalom to the ski slopes in 2 hours for just £201 all-in!

20/01/2015 – 22:11
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By Eleanor Pickering

A weekend ski break with flight and transfer times of under four hours will cost on average £344
The cheapest destination for a long weekend skiing is Sauze d’Oulx in Italy where flights cost £53 …