Registration opens for the return of The Independent Toy & Gift Show this September

Registration is now open for this year’s Independent Toy & Gift show, the annual trade event that will be making its in-person return to Cranmore Park this September, following its 2020 hiatus at the hands of the coronavirus pandemic and government restrictions.

Taking place from September 14th to 15th at its usual location at Cranmore Park in Solihull, the show will be open to all retailers, however, pre-registration is mandatory as the event will be managing visitor numbers.

Following the show’s cancellation last year due to government restrictions on large in-door gatherings, a number of UK toy industry suppliers have been eager to sign up to the Independent Toy & Gift Show’s return this year. Spin Master, Character Options, Playmobil, and Ravensburger are among a list of those already signed up to exhibit at the event this September.

“Positive feedback from both retailers and exhibiting suppliers is indicative of an industry that is eager to get back to physical buying and selling and ‘business as usual’,” read a statement from the AIS, Independent Toy & Gift Show team.

You can view the exibitor list in full by visiting the show’s website while the team is urging those interested in attending to book your place today!

Cranmore Park is set up in accordance with Covid secure measures and the recommended safeguards will be implemented to ensure all event attendees feel confident, safe and secure. Read more

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