West Dunbartonshire tourist attractions praised for lockdown ingenuity

And McGilp also called on those passionate about tourism locally to work together to ensure the area can safely welcome back thousands of people - when the time is right. “While I can understand the urgency to look to life after lockdown and get things restarted, there’s a lot of preparatory work that needs to be done before our local communities are ready and willing to accept visitors again. “Our local teams are gathering intelligence and identifying those areas, as well as highlighting communities that would welcome an increase in visitor traffic generally.