Bray.ie’s #ThisHappened 2019 Review

So as the year comes to a close it’s a great time to review some of our key achievements.

The Headlines 

  1. We’ve reached out to a whopping 4.6 million users across our social networks
  2. The Bray Air Display and the ‘Summer in Bray’ tourism initiative won Silver at The All Ireland Community and Council Awards
  3. Katie Taylor, the new undisputed lightweight champion of the world got a hero’s welcome
  4. Bray became the 10th destination to host the prestigious EcoTrail event
  5. The Bray to Greystones Cliff Walk is the No. 1 tourist attraction

Our 2019 Social Reach 

(Analytic information is from January 1st to December 18th 2019).

Our 2019 Highlights 

Top 10 most visited pages on Bray.ie in 2019: 

  1. Homepage
  2. Cliff Walk
  3. Bray Festival
  4. Seafront Funfair
  5. St. Patrick’s Festival
  6. Bray Head Walk
  7. August Bank Holiday Fireworks Display
  8. Top things to do in Bray
  9. Summer 2019
  10. What’s on Guide

Thank You 

A big thanks to the many volunteers, businesses, community groups and local media who helped make our tourism initiatives and events a great success throughout 2019.

We really appreciate everyone that has helped share our content in 2019. We hope you continue to engage with us at bray.ie now and into the future.

View our infographic 

Download our #ThisHappened 2019 full year infographic here.

Bray.ie Background 

Bray.ie was launched back in 2011. It was part of the Bray Town’s Economy Think Tank outputs. BETT (Bray Economic Think Tank) was an economic forum established in 2009 its aim was to create a sense of local pride, community spirit and to promote Bray as an ideal place to live, work and do business.

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