AIS show cancelled

The Independent Toy and Gift show will no longer take place next month, but will return in 2021

Written by Rhys Thomas

Posted 23.03.2020 | Business

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The AIS group’s Independent Toy and Gift show has been cancelled.

The annual event, due to take place in Solihull 21-22 April, will no longer take place this year and, organisers say, will return in 2021

A statement sent out to members, exhibitors and registered visitors reads:

“Due to the latest advice regarding coronavirus, we would like to advise that the Independent Toy and Gift Show is now cancelled.

“We would like to thank those who registered to attend and all exhibitors for their support and patience during this period.

“We will be in touch regarding the dates for the next show.”

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