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THIS WEEK’S BEST PICTURES FROM THE FRONTLINE OF TRAVEL


1. Nearly 30 agents meet with representatives of independent hotels in destinations such as Grenada and Majorca at luxury specialist Elegant Resorts’ annual trade party. Sandra Long from Elegant Resorts (second right) is pictured with Jacqueline Ahmed, Sandra Joseph and Diane Robinson, all Stockton Heath Travel in Warrington,Cheshire. 2. Olympic Holidays chief executive Clare Tobin prepares to overcome her fear of heights and abseil 450ft down the i360 tower in Brighton to raise money for AlderHey Children’s Hospital. Tobin raised £4,200. 3. Fun-loving Tui agent Faye Calvey (right) welcomes Chelsea Mills from Super Break to the Derby store with a pair of wacky glasses. Mills visited the store to show off the operator’s new Overseas City Breaks brochure. 4. Flight Centre agents are whisked away on a tour of Queensland, Australia, as part of Malaysia Airlines’ largest-ever Australian fam trip. Twenty-seven agents were split into two groups and enjoyed week-long itineraries.


 Have you got a photo of agents at work or play? Send your best-resolution pictures, with captions, to harry.kemble@travelweekly.co.uk


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