What Kit? to go live at Reaseheath

Demo-led show will launch in July

By Sally Drury On 4 July professionals from across the landscaping, amenity and sports turf sectors will be gathering in Nantwich, Cheshire, for the first What Kit? Live event. Launched this week by Horticulture Week and What Kit? publisher Haymarket Media Group and Reaseheath College, What Kit? Live will build on the success of the three-year-old Reaseheath Sports Turf Machinery Show, but in addition to being aimed at sports turf professionals it will also cater for everyone involved in the landscaping and amenity sectors. The demonstration-led show, which will be held at Reaseheath, will be highly interactive. As well as showcasing cutting-edge kit in a working environment, the event will include specialist workshops and seminars. Haymarket will be responsible for the event and Reaseheath College will deliver the workshops and seminars. What Kit? Lve managing director Dominique Gill said: “This is a unique demonstration event, which allows buyers and specifiers to make informed buying decisions after comparing machinery operating in a working environment.” Reaseheath head of horticulture Ian Benison said: “We’re delighted Haymarket has realised the potential of this show, which allows buyers the opportunity to test and try kit in a realistic setting.” Visitors can register in advance for free entry. More details from Stephen Dodds on 020 8267 4242. For information on exhibiting, speak to Dan Rathbone on 020 8267 4787.

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