Registration open for Harrogate International Nursery Fair

With just over a month to go until the show, visitors can now register to attend.

Five halls of the Harrogate Convention Centre will be packed with the latest baby and nursery products from 16 to 18 October this year. With a number of major brands and new companies signed up to exhibit, the fair promises to be a bumper event this year.

Central Medical Supplies presenting Dream Genii, Dr Brown’s and Amedia, Infantino, Snüz/The Little Green Sheep and Ickle Bubba are some of the latest companies to join the impressive line-up of exhibitors this year, which includes most of the industry’s major brands, plus around 50 new companies to the show.

Organisers said: “This is a not-to-be-missed event for anyone in the nursery industry. Attendance is free – but be sure to register online today to be kept in the loop about latest show news.”

For companies wishing to exhibit at the show, there is also limited stand space remaining.

Visit www.nurseryfair.com for registration and further information.

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