Smart Garden to show at Harrogate Christmas & Gift

Harrogate Christmas & Gift, which takes place at the Harrogate International Centre from 11-14 January 2015, is to feature 30 new products from Smart Garden, Paris Natar's garden product business.

Smart Garden Santas
Smart Garden Santas

The range includes battery-powered lighting snowmen and Santas.

Overall unique visitor numbers for extent of the four days were up almost 12 per cent in January 2014 on January 2013 and 16 per cent in total.

Organiser Simon Anslow said: "With the rapid increase in visitor numbers in recent years, the show’s reputation has escalated and we are not only seeing the return of previous exhibitors each year, but continue to attract new companies from around the world."

For the first time, Harrogate Christmas & Gift has appointed MICE Concierge as the official accommodation bureau for the show.

Halloween will feature on Floralsilk, Gisella Graham, Heaven Sends and Premier Decorations.

Premier’s new Christmas ranges include tree trim, table and room decorations and glass ornaments.

A new buyer has introduced eight new themes ranging from traditional to contemporary with their own specific colour palettes to help customers create their own Christmas Stories in store.

JVL supplies doormats and its 2015 collection of coir and machine washable Christmas mats will be launched at Harrogate Christmas & Gift.

Lows of Dundee and Widdop Bingham are new exhibitors at the event.

Widdop Bingham will show new tea light holders, plaques, baubles, frames, floral and other decorations alongside unique Christmas products for Disney and children.

Lows of Dundee will show Christmas vine products such as reindeer and sleighs, indoor planters and basketware.

Heaven Sends has a new festive bag collection which ranges "from classy to cheeky".

Padgett Bros (A to Z) will show its Christmas grotto toy range. And Puleo will exhibit artificial Christmas trees and garlands.

 


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