Make a date for H&H this June

Published:  04 May, 2009

HARROGATE: Hearth & Home has established itself as the main event for fire, fireplace and stoves both in the UK and Europe. The event, which this year takes place on 7-9 June at Harogate International Centre, will enable merchants to view the latest products, make new contacts and renew old ones.

Exhibition director, David Spencer commented: "In a climate of reduced opportunities and economic uncertainty, we believe it is more important than ever to provide a forum for our industry to come together."

Among the confirmed exhibitors are: Acropolis Marble, AGA, Arada, BCGXL, Brewer Metalcraft, Bronpi Group, Crystal Fires, Dimplex UK, DINAC, Direct Cheminee, Esse, Eurocowl, F&P Wholesale, Firebelly Woodstoves, Flamerite Fires, Flavel, Focus Fireplaces, Gas Flair, Gastec at CRE, Hamlet, HETAS, Hotspot, HTC, Insulcon, JIG Fireworks, Jydepejsen, Kilkenny Living, La Hacienda, Landy Vent UK, Legend Fires, Lenkka, Merlin Fireplaces, Mertik Maxitrol, MI Flues, Midtec Products, Midtherm Flue Systems, Montpellier Marble, Mulberry Stoves, National Fireplace Association, Newmans Fireplaces, NIBE, Opies UK, Parker Ellis Publishing, Pennine Systems, Pevex Enterprises, SIT Controls UK, Smeg UK, Solid Fuel Association, Specflue, Stoves Direct Ireland, Stove Industry Alliance, The Lapa Co UK, The Stove Yard UK, Topstak Chimney Specialists, Valor, Wonderfire, Xiamen Jeton Stone Company, YRPL and Zhejiang Wugu Industries.

Visitors who have attended Hearth & Home in the last couple of years will automatically be sent a badge for this year's show and for those who have not been before, a simple pre-registration form can be completed online at http://www.hearthandhome.co.uk

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