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September event brings together landscape industries

June 2018

Landscape, the key trade show for this important sector, returns in September uniting garden designers, landscape architects and contractors under one roof for two days dedicated to sourcing the latest innovations and technologies in the landscaping industry.  The event will be held at Battersea Park on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th September 2018.  Landscape 2018 will feature a range of new and returning exhibitors showcasing everything from outdoor furniture, through to plants, trees, planters, stone and decking. 

 

Andrew Fisher Tomlin from Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer says: ‘The thing that distinguishes the LANDSCAPE Show is that you always find new trade suppliers and new products that you would never find elsewhere’.

 

Alongside the main exhibition is a free to attend seminar programme hosted across four seminar theatres. Each session is CPD accredited and addresses current topics integral to the industry.  The speakers represent each sector of the landscaping world and there is no need to register for the seminars in advance, so attendees can simply turn up on the day. 

 

The show will open from 10am to 6pm on Tuesday 18th September and from 10am to 5pm on Wednesday 19th September. Both the exhibition and all seminar sessions are free to attend. To register

in advance visit http://www.landscapeshow.co.uk/register

 

More at: www.landscapeshow.co.uk

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