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British tourist attractions to abolish concessions for older visitors

Older visitors to some of Britain’s top tourist attractions are being told that they must pay full price, since people over 65 now comprise the nation’s wealthiest demographic. Richard Doughty, director of National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth, told The Independent: “We have done away with the concessionary ticket for our museum. “We don’t get any support for our institution and we have to make the most of the income we get through admissions and Gift Aid.

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