Ena-Håbo Tidningen writes in her Annex industry about our internal goals and how we work with tourism development. The title was "Fjärdhundra - Sveriges Provence?". That little one -country did not get room. Our work is not about Fjärdhundra, but about Fjärdhundraland, which (like the town of Fjärdhundra) has got its name after the medieval folkland Fjädrundaland.
Today, the emphasis is on our 70 members in the areas around Örsundsbro, Fjärdhundra and EnkÖping - but you are equally welcome in eg Hummelsta, Bred, Orresta, Kungsåra, Tortuna, Ransta, Kumla, Sala, Heby, Vittinge, Morgongåva, Järlåsa, Vänge, Ramsta, Balingsta, Litslena, Grillby, Ekolsund, Hjälsta, Litslena, Grillby, Ekolsund, Hjälsta, Litslena, Grillby, Ekolsund, Hjälsta, Bålsta, Grillby, Ekolsund, Hjälsta, Bålsta, Skokloster, Ekolsund, Hjälsta, Bålsta, Skokloster, Skollo, , Lillkyrka and Svinnegarn. The important thing is that you like collaboration.
Borders do not exist in reality, just on the map, and the visitor does not know them. To quote Thomas, Jädra Gård: "Alone we cannot attract many tourists, but together we can. The differences are our great strength. "
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