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The details... What?


The Cleaning Show


Who? Organised BCCE Ltd, a company jointly owned by the British Cleaning Council and Quartz Publishing & Exhibitions Ltd


Where? Halls 19 and 20, The NEC, Birmingham


When? 1st March 2011: 10.00 - 17:00 2nd March 2011: 10.00 - 17:00 3rd March 2011: 10.00 - 16:00


Why?


It’s the place to be to see the latest products that the cleaning show has to offer


How? Just register, free of charge, at www.thecleaningshow.co.uk/register


Getting there... By Road


Birmingham can be reached by road via the M6, M1, M40, M5 and M42 motorways. The NEC offers more than 22,000 car parking spaces.


By Rail


The NEC is directly connected to the Birmingham International station by a covered walkway, letting visitors enter the venue from the station without having to go outside.


A few facts...


- The Cleaning Show has been running, in various forms, for over 40 years!


- It used to be known as the BCSSE (British Cleaning & Support Services Exhibition).


- It wasn’t actually until 1995 that the exhibition was officially known as The Cleaning Show.


- The show runs every two years, the next one will be in 2013.


By Air


Just a few minutes away from the NEC, Birmingham International Airport is served by more than 20 airlines, with scheduled flights from 34 destinations in the UK, Europe and North America.


The NEC’s excellent location in the middle of the UK’s road network also places London airports, Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton within easy reach of the venue.


- This year sees over 70 new, first-time exhibitors at the show.


- The total number of exhibitors is set to be around 180!


- The 2011 show introduces a brand new Green Zone, devoted to environmentally-friendly products and services.


- The exhibition is also home to the Innovation Awards, which celebrate the latest and greatest products from various industry sectors.


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