Stonemarket Road Show

Published:  01 November, 2015

Building on the success of the Stonemarket Event in the Midlands over the last two years, this year sees the start of the new and improved Stonemarket Road Show.

The Road Show will be taking place from 2-24 November, and will be calling at six venues across the UK.

The event will feature exclusive presentations, key networking information for the Stonemarket Garden Designer Network (SGDN) and Stonemarket Landscaper Network (SLN), as well as the launch of Stonemarket’s new products for 2016.

Attendees will also be treated to lunch and light refreshments throughout the day.

The Road Show is free to attend for all independent merchants, garden designers, and installers with events taking place between 10:00-12:00am, and 13:30-15:30pm on the following dates, with lunch being served between 12:00-14:00pm:

  • 2 November: Stonemarket, Oxford Road, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire, CV8 3EJ
  • 4 November: Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Keeper’s Lane, Leavenheath, Colchester, CO6 4PZ
  • 6 November: Newport Gwent Dragons Stadium, Rodney Parade, Newport, Wales, NP19 0UU
  • 10 November: The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, Teesside, TS3 6RS
  • 12 November: Macdonald Houstoun House, Uphall, Edinburgh, Lothian, EH52 6JS
  • 24 November: Epsom Downs Racecourse, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5LQ.

If you would like to attend, send across your date and session of choice, along with your personal details to

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