Harrogate Christmas & Gift to go ahead this month

by | Jan 6, 2022 | Community, News | 0 comments

Harrogate Christmas & Gift will be taking place from 16-19 January at the Harrogate Convention Centre, as the government confirms it will not be putting any further restrictions in place to control the spread of the Omicron variant.

In line with current government advice for coronavirus, the show organisers have put into place precautions to ensure the safety and wellbeing of participants. This includes everyone attending being required to have either: an NHS COVID Pass; or an approved international equivalent COVID pass; or a negative test result from a PCR or a lateral flow test taken within 48 hours. Hand sanitisers will be located throughout the show and the wearing of face masks will be mandatory.

Simon Anslow, show organiser, comments: “We are now in Harrogate preparing for show build up, with exhibitors already arriving on site with some fabulous new products to present. There is a real buzz of excitement as it is now two years since our last event and companies are looking forward to being able to meet their customers face-to-face once again. We look forward to welcoming everyone in two weeks’ time.”

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