Did you hear?... Britain's OIA publishes two new consumer guides

Britain's Outdoor Industries Association has published two new consumer guides as part of its on-going Go Outdoors campaign to promote participation in outdoor leisure activities and provide further support for outdoor retailers and suppliers.
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Britain's Outdoor Industries Association has published two new consumer guides as part of its on-going Go Outdoors campaign to promote participation in outdoor leisure activities and provide further support for outdoor retailers and suppliers. Written by leading outdoor journalists, the two new guides are called "Getting Started in the Great Outdoors" and "‘The Freedom of Outdoor Living." They present entry-level advice on walking and camping in a leaflet format. For more about the organization, go to www.go-outdoors.org.uk.

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