Arboriculture exhibition APF returns to Ragley

Arboriculture exhibition APF 2012 will be held at Ragley Estate, Alcester, Warwickshire on the 13-15 September 2012 by kind permission of the Marquess Of Hertford, it has been confirmed.

The APF Exhibition is the UK’s largest exhibition for the woodland, forestry, arboriculture and fencing industries.  Presented by Confor, APF 2012 will build on APF 2010 at Cannock Chase when over 250 exhibitors and 16,000 visitors attended.   The APF Exhibition was previously held at Ragley Estate in 2004 and 2006.

Exhibition Director Mike Box said: "We are very grateful to Lord Hertford for allowing us to hold our Exhibition at Ragley again.  We have a fantastic new site with good access which allows exhibitors plenty of space to demonstrate as well as giving us plenty of room for all the usual competitions and features."



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