Angus Tourism Cooperative is delighted to announce the appointments of Norma Lyall in the role of Development Worker and Nick Warren-Bennett in the role of Membership Coordinator.

The primary purpose of these new roles is to work in tandem with the ATC towards its vision, this is to be a thriving membership organisation working together for the benefit of tourism in Angus. Norma and Nick will have a variety of responsibilities and goals including member engagement and support, business development and marketing. The two positions will support the organisation and our members in the challenges and opportunities that we will face in the year ahead.


Alison Elliot, Chair of Angus Tourism Cooperative said:

“The Angus Tourism Cooperative are delighted to have Norma and Nick supporting tourism businesses in Angus in the year ahead. I hope that despite the challenges that 2021 may bring, the tourism community can work together to promote Angus as an exceptional place to visit and enjoy. The Angus Tourism Cooperative and Visit Angus have many projects and initiatives that we aim to deliver over the next 12 months and are looking forward to our existing members, and other tourism businesses and community groups engaging with us to ensure the activity meets the needs of us all.”

The positions have been made possible by funding from the Visit Scotland Sector and Destination Operational and Market Readiness Fund. This fund is in place to support tourism organisations in their core operational functions, and to actively promote our region as a destination.

Norma joins the ATC as development worker and brings a wealth of experience in the tourism and hospitality sector in Angus. Nick joins the ATC after graduating with an International Tourism Management degree from Robert Gordon University last year.


Norma Lyall said:

“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to support the tourism sector in Angus as part of ATC. We have an amazing County here which is often described as a hidden gem. Achieving a balance of highlighting what Angus has to offer while being mindful of the impact on our communities will be a key part of my role.”

Nick Warren-Bennett said:

“I am hugely looking forward to working alongside the Angus Tourism Cooperative over the next 12 months, and helping businesses find success after what has been an extremely difficult year. Angus is an amazing part of the world with such a diverse range of places and activities on offer. I cannot wait to play my part in the promotion of it by working alongside the ATC and our members.”

In their roles, Nick and Norma will support the ATC and businesses in several ways including identifying and aiding ways in which the ATC can help businesses recover from the pandemic and  supporting marketing opportunities working in partnership with Visit Angus. Furthermore, they will be closely engaging with current members as well as encouraging new memberships to the ATC.