HETAS Diary Dates 2017
HETAS has already signed up to exhibit at a number of events throughout 2017 and we really hope to see you all along the way. First up for the HETAS team is Ecobuild in March.
Ecobuild is the UK’s largest and number one event for specifiers across the built environment. This year the event theme is Regeneration. Ecobuild 2017 will be regenerated into an immersive city – complete with main street, distinct destinations and special feature attractions. Central to the experience will be Regeneration Drive, a boulevard running through the middle of Ecobuild, linking different aspects of the exhibition and enabling you to experience the very best examples of innovation and creativity from across the built environment.
You will be able to find HETAS along with Woodsure on stand B215. Ecobuild takes place from the 7th to the 9th March at ExCeL in London. For more information visit www.ecobuild.co.uk or click here to register for your free tickets.
Following on from Ecobuild, HETAS will then be at The Guild of Master Chimney Sweeps Exhibition taking place at The Oxford Belfry on the 10th and 11th March 2017. We will have more details on the exhibition on the HETAS website as they become available or click here to visit the Guild website.
As always HETAS will be at Hearth & Home in Harrogate, taking place this year from the 11th to the 13th June. Visit the brand new exhibition website at www.hearthandhome.co.uk. Visitor registration is now live, click here to sign up.
The National Association of Chimney Sweeps have their annual exhibition taking place on the 7th and 8th April 2017 at The Holiday Inn Hotel, Bridgefoot, Stratford-upon-Avon. Visit www.nacs.org.uk for more information on the exhibition.
HETAS Diary Dates
For more information on events you can visit our dedicated events page at www.hetas.co.uk/hetas-events.
Hearth & Home 2016
The annual Hearth & Home 2016 exhibition is just days away. Taking place at the Harrogate International Centre the event is now in its 20th year and grows in popularity each year. HETAS will be there once again – you’ll find the team in Hall C, Stand C7. For those unable to attend, we’ve put together a summary of everything going on a Hearth & Home in 2016.
Hearth & Home Exhibition opens at 10:00 each day and closes at 17:00 Sunday 12th and Monday 13th and 16:00 Tuesday 14th June 2016. The exhibition covers all aspects of our industry including appliances for every fuel type, flueing, control, fuels, training courses and testing. A number of HETAS Approved Training Centres are exhibiting, including Docherty Group, Euroheat, Kiwa, The National Association of Chimney Sweeps, Poujoulat, Schiedel and Waxman Training Academy. Find out more about training, including refresher training and the new pellet stove training course.
In addition to the range of exhibitors on offer, visitors and exhibitors are invited along to the Hearth & Home Awards presentation which will be held at 5:30pm on Sunday 12th June. Awards Manager Erica Royle will be presenting the 15 trophies to this year’s winners.
Exhibition Director David Spencer:
With over 120 exhibitors at this year’s show, a record fro recent years, and visitor numbers set to beat our 2015 totals, we very much look forward to welcoming you to the Hearth & Home Exhibition 2016.
Visit the shows dedicated website www.hearthandhome.co.uk for further information on getting to and staying in Harrogate, including links to specially negotiated hotel rates, via Reservation Highway.
Hearth and Home Exhibition 2016
With the countdown to the 2016 Hearth & Home Exhibition now well and truly underway, the organisers are delighted with the way things are taking shape for the 20th annual Harrogate
gathering. Taking place in Harrogate from the 12th to the 14th June 2016 Hearth & Home is the industry event with over 100 exhibitors already signed up to exhibit. HETAS is exhibiting once again, you’ll find us in our usual position in Hall C.
Exhibitors for 2016 include the following:
- Bentley Fire Shop
- Docherty Group
- Hunter Stoves
Click here to view the full list.
Pre-registration for visitors is already open and you can sign up for your complimentary ticket by clicking here. Information on accommodation can also be found on the exhibition website.
A small number of exhibitor spaces remain and exhibition Director David Spencer commented:
“The last few years have seen excellent demand for stand space with exhibitors increasingly looking to re-book once stand space becomes available. As things stand we have a small amount of flueing space left available to book. This space is suitable for those exhibitors that wish to have live gas or solid fuel appliances on their stand and is situated in Hall B of Harrogate International Centre. There is also a limited amount of stand space available towards the back of Hall C in close proximity to the pre-registered badge holders’ entrance. This is prime stand space but only suitable for non-live burn exhibitors.”
For more information on the exhibition please visit www.hearthandhome.co.uk.