There’s light at the end of the tunnel …
This is a momentous day for the UK (8 December 2020), being the world’s first country to roll out a programme of Covid-19 vaccinations offering light at the end of a very long tunnel.
The Harrogate international Nursery Fair team remains optimistic that the planned show from 28th to 31st March will be allowed to take place – with every precaution and all safety measures in place of course. With 85% of exhibition space already sold, including many returning larger brands, it is very much apparent that the nursery industry wants and needs its trade show back and is looking forward to illuminating the ‘business as usual’ signs.
Adrian Sneyd, show organiser, explains: “The show is now ready to go – we just await the government’s green light. The current proposal is for the Harrogate Convention Centre to host the event utilising halls G, Q and Kings Suite. However, should the Nightingale hospital still be in place, we have a back-up plan to move to the Yorkshire Event Centre at the Yorkshire Show Ground. This is a stunning venue just five minutes from Harrogate town centre with free shuttle buses operating between providing easy access for exhibitors and visitors alike.”
There are still limited spaces available, so if you would like the opportunity to get your business back on track in 2021 presenting your products nursery retailers and buyers, reserve yours space today. You can either complete the online booking form, or contact Adrian directly – call 01902 880906 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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