Hillhead expands again

Hillhead 2018
Source: QMJ

Hillhead 2018
Source: QMJ
Hillhead 2020 takes place from 23 to 25 June 2020. On the back of a record-breaking event in 2018 which was supported by 546 exhibitors and an independently audited attendance of 19 753*, the Organisers have made the decision to extend the event once again for 2020.

 

With outdoor space currently on track to be sold out by late autumn, an additional 2200 m of stand space has been created in the quarry floor by extending the Showground into the Quarry Face demonstration area.

 

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* Hillhead visitor numbers are audited by the ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulation), guaranteeing that attendance figures have been verified to rigorous standards by an independent third party.

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