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Home > EventsUnited Kingdom > HTA postpones its 2021 National Plant Show
Ron van der Ploeg
31 March 2021
DIDCOT, UK: The UK’s Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) has announced that this year’s event will not happen but will instead come back next year, bigger and better than ever.
Following the UK Prime Minister’s Roadmap, the HTA have continually reviewed government advice and guidance to assess the feasibility of running the 2021 National Plant Show and after much deliberation, the organisation has decided it will sadly not be able to run the show this year.
Having considered the many factors that are essential to running a safe and successful exhibition, on a date that enables the show to deliver its purpose, HTA has concluded it is not able to meet the brief.
Instead, following the success of last year’s Virtual New Plant Awards, HTA will again provide its members with the opportunity to showcase new plants in this way in June 2021, and work towards planning our biggest and best National Plant Show for its return in 2022.
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