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British trade show Totally DIY won’t go ahead in 2018

The British trade show Totally DIY will not be staged in 2018.  Organisers Brintex Events (Hemmings Group) announced initially that the fair would be staged under the new name of The National DIY Show and would be moved from the established show dates in February to the beginning of June. However, Brintex has now stated that the show will not take place at all next year. In a press release it did not rule out staging the show in 2019. The reason given for the cancellation was the instability of the economic European road map.

|24 July 2017


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