Venue announced for next year’s GCA conference

by | Mar 8, 2023 | News | 0 comments

The Garden Centre Association (GCA) has announced that the location of its 2024 annual conference will be Cirencester in Gloucestershire.

The GCA’s 57th annual event, organised by chairman elect Will Blake, will be held at the De Vere Cotswold Water Park Hotel near Cirencester from 28-31 January 2024.

Blake, who is helping organise the conference alongside the organisation’s CEO, Peter Burks, explains: “We are thrilled to reveal our 2024 conference will take place at the De Vere Cotswold Water Park Hotel and we are currently working hard to make sure it is bigger and better than ever, with a top quality line-up of speakers and plenty of opportunities to catch up with friends, colleagues and associates from the industry in person.”

Peter Burks, GCA CEO, says: “During the conference, we’ll be officially welcoming our new chairman, Will Blake, who will be taking over the reins from Tammy Woodhouse. He will be integral in the planning of the conference this year with me.

“We will be keeping our members updated throughout the year when we unveil details of our speakers and when booking goes live.”

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