The Independent Toy & Gift show taking place next month

by | Aug 9, 2021 | Promotions | 0 comments

The countdown has begun for The Independent Toy & Gift show, the only UK toy trade show to be taking place in 2021. The two-day event is being held on 14-15 September at Cranmore Park in Solihull.

With just over one month to go, organisers say they are “delighted to welcome the toy and children’s gift community back to face-to-face meetings, offering the experience to see and feel quality product after a long absence.”

Leading suppliers Spin Master, Character Options, Playmobil and Ravensburger are exhibiting. The full exhibitor list can be viewed here.

Ravensburger is sponsoring the café area and will also be showcasing Brio wooden railway as part of the wooden theme for the show.

COVID secure measures are in place at Cranmore Park to ensure that attendees feel confident and safe during their visit.

The show is open to all types of retailers; however, prior registration is essential to manage visitor numbers. You can register here.

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