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Your Home Expo postponed until 2022


By Alan Beresford

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SET to be the first large scale exhibition in Scotland in 2022, Adventum Events have made the

difficult decision to postpone Your Home Expo.

The Your Home Expo will run in September next year.
The Your Home Expo will run in September next year.

It was due to take place at the P&J Live over September 17-19 but will now run from September 9 to September 11, 2022.

The event organisers said: "The difficult decision to postpone Your Home Expo to 2022 has been made.

"We appreciate this is a difficult time for our exhibitors but with cases rising in Scotland, and no guidelines to how many visitors we will be allowed to welcome to the show we have been given

no option but to postpone.

"If you have purchased tickets already you will receive an email offering you the opportunity to move your tickets to the new dates or have a refund. Hope to see you in 2022!“

Adventum Events went on to state that Your Home Expo will be more than just a home show – the event is a must-do for anyone with a home. The Expo aims to inspire anyone of any age who wants to get the most from their home and has ideas and options for every budget.

There will be fun activities for the kids, over 150 exhibitors, locally produced food and drink options and parking and entry for kids is completely free.

A special show launch ticket offer of two tickets for the price of one is running until November 30, free for kids aged 16 and under – standard ticket price £12.50.

For more information and to buy tickets visit www.yourhomeexpo.co.uk or follow Your Home

Expo on Facebook for the latest news, announcements and competitions – @YourHomeExpo

For further details on Your Home Expo and other P&J Live events please visit pandjlive.com

Opened in September 2019, the £333 million P&J Live, delivered by Aberdeen City Council in partnership with Henry Boot Developments, replaced the Aberdeen Exhibition Conference and

Centre (AECC) with 48,000 square metres of multi-purpose event space, and boasts world-class

conference and exhibition halls, a superior arena, spacious hospitality boxes and a high-end

restaurant.

P&J Live is the largest event complex in the North of Scotland.


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