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For more than 130 years, DIY Week has been the diy, hardware and garden centre industry's main news source.

DIY Week has the well-deserved reputation for being essential for anyone who needs to keep abreast of what's happening across the entire market, from small independent hardware retailers to major diy multiples, and also online retailers.

Every fortnight, DIY Week provides a mix of news, features, opinion and background information of unrivalled authority, plus interviews with leading retailers -a formula that continues to make DIY Week, the essential news source for retailers and suppliers.

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DIY Week runs a series of range reviews, Leaders and Retailing supplements throughout the year.
Range reviews give our readers vital information about key market sectors, allowing them to review what they stock.

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