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Harrogate Christmas & Gift

“Christmas & Gift goes from strength to strength. As the word spreads about its success we have more new companies jumping on board”

Head to Harrogate for gifts galore

North Yorkshire is set for a huge influx of visitors in January 2016 as Harrogate Christmas & Gift opens its doors to what promises to be another bumper event. Once again the show is fully booked with many

exhibitors returning after a hugely successful show last year and 30 new exhibitors presenting some exciting new ranges for the very first time. Show organiser, Simon Anslow, said: “Christmas &

Gift goes from strength to strength as the word spreads about its success we have more new companies jumping on board. Visitor numbers have increased dramatically over the last four years and it is now one of the UK’s number one events for retailers and buyers seeking not only festive products, but home and garden gift ranges for the entire year.” Amongst the new exhibitors, Harrogate is

delighted to welcome Koopman International to the show with its offering of thousands of products from Christmas gifts and decorations to almost everything imaginable for the home and garden. Also new is Fountasia, an

innovative family run company which specialises in quality gifts for inside and outside the home; Boxer Gifts – innovators and creators of unique quality gift ideas, including novelties to make people laugh; and Global Journey with a diverse range of products including personalised fun signs, music and jewellery. Once again, Premier

Decorations will dominate Hall H with many exciting new product

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ranges including its 2016 Christmas Collection with exclusively designed ‘Christmas Stories’ presenting unique and innovative themes specially chosen for the UK market. Also on view will be a range of Premier’s brand new 2016 Halloween and Garden and Outdoor Living collections. Retailers and buyers will also be delighted with lots of exciting new product launches from well

product portfolio to include nearly every conceivable Christmas decoration category from ornate glass baubles, shatterproof baubles, tinsel garlands, wreaths, fibre optic and artificial trees to name but a few.

Felt so Good is bringing bundles of new furry

known names which return to Harrogate year after year such as Gisela Graham, one of Europe’s leading giftware design companies renowned for crafting beautiful decorations for Christmas and Easter and also pretty things for the home and garden. Heaven Sends is

one of the UK’s leading wholesalers of fabulously quirky gifts, stylish home accessories and seasonal decorations and will be presenting some

unique designs providing

quality yet great value for money. Festive will once again be

prominent in Hall C having increased its

magic with a stunning Christmas collection which features everything from beautifully handcrafted traditional Christmas stockings to glitzy, hanging Christmas characters. Its collection also features an entire menagerie of the most adorable creatures you’ll ever see. Whilst The Satchville Gift Company will be launching its new Christmas ranges including its very popular driftwood collections such as reindeer, trees and lanterns, together with rustic and natural wreaths, hearts and garlands. These companies are just a taste of what

Harrogate has to offer so be sure to check the website at for a full list of exhibitors. You will also find a link to Mice Concierge – the show’s official partner – which is able to secure extremely preferential rates for hotels and guest houses in Harrogate. Simon concludes: “The show exceeded all

expectations last year with numerous buyers attending from department stores, supermarkets, independent retailers, garden centres, visitor attractions and even museums and cathedrals as the offering of products is so diverse. Visitors can expect to see not only ranges for Christmas, but novelties and gifts for the home and garden the entire year round.”

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