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HTA Plant Show cancelled

Published: 26 March 2020 - John King
 

The HTA National Plant Show has been cancelled.

The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) continues to adhere to and follow Government Advice about Coronavirus (COVID-19).

"This is a unique and challenging time for so many people and of course, the health and safety of our members, exhibitors, sponsors, visitors and employees remains our number one priority," commented a HTA spokesperson.

"Following the Prime Ministers announcement of 23 March, the HTA has taken the difficult decision to cancel the National Plant Show 2020. This decision has been made under careful consideration and we are sorry for the disappointment this will cause our exhibitors and visitors; however, we feel we have a responsibility to prioritise the health and safety of everyone involved in the show."

All exhibitors have been made aware of the situation and if there are any further questions please contacts the HTA Events team at events@hta.org.uk. 

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