Promoting Tourism in West Oxfordshire

We are so lucky to have a wealth of both natural beauty and other attractions which encourage millions of visitors to Oxfordshire each year.  With historical attractions such as Blenheim Palace, and family friendly Cotswold Wildlife Park and Crocodiles of the World, our tourist economy is booming.  

Tourism helps support thousands of jobs and is a valuable contributor to our local economy.  I am proud that West Oxfordshire attracts visitors globally who come to see the fantastic place we live, as well as providing excellent days out for families much closer to home. 

I enjoy the variety of things to do in West Oxfordshire, visiting with my young family, and I continue to work with local businesses to ensure we can continue to showcase West Oxfordshire.


Robert's 2018 Highlights in 60 Seconds

2018 was a very busy year indeed with much to celebrate both locally and nationally. Here are just some of my highlights from last year - in 60 seconds!

Robert Courts MP

Robert and family visit Amazing Animals in Heythrop

Robert and family visited local attraction, Amazing Animals, near  Heythrop.  A hidden gem, Amazing Animals has been involved in the professional training and supplying of a wide range of animals for the media industry for four decades.

Robert and family visit Kelmscott Manor

Robert said, "We are lucky to have the beautiful Kelmscott Manor in West Oxfordshire - former home of William Morris - which brings visitors from far and wide.  My family and I greatly enjoyed that chance to wander the grounds and I am always keen to support local attractions."

Robert visits Bladon Caravan Park

Robert said, "The approach of spring and summer brings thoughts of holidays; right here in the UK we have a wealth of natural beauty and leisure interest, often on our doorsteps.

Robert meets with Wychwood parish councillors at Cornbury Park

Robert met with local parish councillors for the Wychwood parish at Cornbury Park today.  It was a great discussion about the issues affecting residents, but also the benefits that a fantastic tourist attraction like Cornbury Park can bring to the area, and how best to balance these.

Robert Courts meets with Cogges Farm

Cogges Farm has been a mainstay in Witney for generations, and Robert is pleased that it is going from strength to strength.  It is testament to the community support it has received since the Cogges Heritage Trust was created in 2009.