THERE will be a little bit of sunshine peeping through hundreds of windows across Arun this spring, whatever the weather.
Special stickers promoting the Sussex by the Sea tourism campaign have been created so that residents and businesses can declare their affection for the district’s wealth of attractions – seaside resorts, historic Arundel and the South Downs.
Four stickers have been produced, one with the smiling sun symbol, another in road trip style, one with a cheerful cartoon crab and the fourth showing a seaside scene.
Arun District Council is distributing 1,000 of the stickers, to celebrate launching its new-look 2012 Sussex by the Sea pocket visitor guide.
Although it’s only half the size (A5) of the previous glossy A4 brochure, almost twice as many copies of the guide – 50,000 – are being distributed, to more visitor information centres, libraries, service stations and other tourism outlets than ever before.
They will also be provided to the London community to coincide with the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Councillor Norman Dingemans, Arun cabinet member with responsibility for tourism, said: “The new-look visitor guides are already proving extremely popular and with the help of these specially produced window stickers, we’re aiming to stand out from the crowd and get the name of Sussex by the Sea known in more places than ever before.”