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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

More to the Catalan Pyrenees than skiing.

02/03/2010 – 11:34
Solar Furnace

By Vera De Ruiter
To ski or not to ski? Go once and you’re hooked for life, that’s what they say…I was not one of those kids that went skiing with parents every winter and I …

Visiting and Staying in Gdansk

01/03/2010 – 00:01
Gdansk Street

By Peter Rosenfeld
My first impression of Gdansk from my airport bus window was I had arrived late at a party where the band had finished and all that remained were wandering people picking out the …