Harrogate Week 2010 will see BIGGA collaborating with a wide range of industry bodies ensuring that the third week in January will see the greatest ever cross section of people converging on the North Yorkshire spa town.
This year the Royal &Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews (R&A), the English Golf Union (EGU) the Professional Golfers Association (PGA), the Greenkeepers Training Committee (GTC); the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI); the Golf Club Managers Association (GCMA), and the Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE) are all in attendance and hosting seminars ensuring that the mix of people grows and the opportunity to share knowledge increases.
“We are delighted that so many organisations see Harrogate as the ideal place to hold events and are sure that they will contribute to the wonderful mix that already exists during Harrogate Week,” said BIGGA Chief Executive, John Pemberton.
They will join a host of regular exhibitors including: Vitax; Dennis; Course Care: Inturf; Rigby Taylor; Charterhouse; Rainbird; Reaseheath College and Johnsons Sports Seeds as well as others including John Deere; Ransomes Jacobsen, Toro; Kubota and SISIS, who are all returning for Harrogate Week 2010.
“We are pleased that so many companies are choosing to exhibit at Harrogate Week 2010 and I am sure that it will be prove to be an excellent decision on their part,” said BIGGA Chief Executive, John Pemberton.
Continue to Learn at Harrogate Week 2010 is presenting a series of FREE seminars that are open to all visitors. Places on the seminars are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. The seminars cannot be pre-booked, so to ensure your place it is advised that you arrive in the Queen’s Suite at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time of each of your chosen seminars.
The complete programme and booking form can be downloaded from the Harrogate Week website www.harrogateweek.org.uk/education/
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