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CropTec Show to relocate to Warwickshire after previous venue closes

20 February 2023
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The CropTec Show has announced that it will relocate to the National Agricultural and Exhibition Centre Stoneleigh for its November show after its previous venue, the East of England Show Ground in Cambridgeshire, announced its closure.

The CropTec Show brings together growers, agronomists, advisors and technical experts over two days for seminars, discussion and networking across busy exhibition halls.

"After many successful years, we will be relocating to a new facility that will continue to serve our exhibitors and visitors and provide even more opportunities following the success of the 10th anniversary show in November 2022," said Verity Hyland, Event Manager at CropTec.

The new venue was decided in consultation with CropTec exhibitors, the steering committee for the event and visitor data. Ease of access and suitability factors for the show were also carefully considered.

Operations Director at CropTec, Justine Sumner said "Our team is dedicated to providing the same high-quality service and experience that you have come to expect from us.

"It is a huge undertaking to move such a well-established and successful show, but we have used the data available to use to make what we believe will be the best decision for the event, our exhibitors and attendees."

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