"It was amazing considering the state of the economy," said Arboricultural Association director Nick Eden. "Visitor numbers were almost up to last year's figures at around 1,950 and feedback shows they were pleased with the exhibitors and the technical workshops. Exhibitors also sold a lot of kit - not large items, but we saw a lot of chainsaws, hand tools and ropes going back out the gate."
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