Places still available for Contact 2011 conference

Last minute places are still available for the HTA Contact 2011 conference this week at the Hilton, Bromsgrove in Birmingham.

The HTA conference is being held from Wednesday to Friday of this week (12-14 January) and keynote speakers include writer and broadcaster Roy Lancaster, Tyrells’ Crisps chief executive David Milner and Wyevale Nurseries sales and marketing director Doug Reade.

The conference is titled ‘Securing the Future’ and will include visits to Hawkesmill Nurseries and Hozelock factory.

HTA director of business development Tim Briercliffe said:  "Contact 2011 provides a great opportunity at the beginning of the year for all those from across the nursery stock sector to come together and address key issues.

"With an action packed and inspiring programme there really is something for everyone and I encourage all to attend – there are a small number of places still available but book now to avoid disappointment."

To book your place contact the HTA events team on 0118 9303132 or email

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