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Hard Landscaping Show moved back to 2012

Published: 19 October 2010
Marwood Events has announced that the 2011 Hard Landscaping Show (HLS) is moving to 2012.
Hard Landscaping Show moved back to 2012
The event is now scheduled for February 22-23, 2012, and event director Steven Callaghan is refusing to rule out a permanent move to bi-annual scheduling for the show.

"Trading conditions in the landscaping industry remain very tough," he said. "Many of our major exhibitors are struggling to commit and this has been making it difficult for us to achieve our goal of significantly growing the show for 2011."

Despite a number of new landscaping industry exhibitions scheduled for 2011, Marwood sales director Stephen Liverman says this has not hit HLS 2011 sales: "The Hard Landscaping Show is very specialist and that is its real appeal to exhibitors and visitors alike."

He added: "We are very sorry to disappoint those exhibitors that have already contracted for the 2011 show and look forward to welcoming them together with the many visitors that have already pre-registered in 2012."

The 2012 show will take place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.


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