Countdown is on for Cornwall’s first Home Show

Interiors at the Cornwall Home Show
Cornwall’s first home and garden show looks to be a sell out with just a few stands still remaining for Cornish home and garden specialist businesses

The Cornwall Home Show 2011 will bring together Cornwall’s best home and garden design businesses all under one roof at Kingsley Village, Fraddon, for two days on Saturday 30 April and Sunday 1 May.




This is the first time that an event like this has been planned for Cornwall. With so many high quality independent, specialist home suppliers based in the county The Cornwall Home Show looks set to offer something very special to visitors and exhibitors alike. The show has companies from right across the country, from Wadebridge to Penzance, booked to demonstrate their products and services. Visitors to the show will also be able to see beautiful artwork by local Cornish artists, Alexandra Dickens and Rob Braybrook, who will be taking a stands at the show.

Visitors to the show will be able to find out about energy saving solutions and sustainable living, look at the very latest kitchen and interior design styles, explore the opportunities of integrated home network systems and meet specialists to discuss all areas of home and garden design.

The two day event will include up to four free seminars on areas of interest such as integrating renewable energy in the home, home cinematic and networks, as well as interior design hints and tips from some of the show’s fantastic exhibitors.

Throughout the event exhibitors will be running special offers and promotions, making it the best place to find ideal home solutions, speak to the experts, see products and services first hand and get a great deal on any purchases made.

The exhibition hall at Kingsley Village will be broken down into seven zones, each focusing on a specific area of the home. Visitors can wander around the exhibition hall at Kingsley Village and be inspired with ideas for home décor, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, furniture and fittings, gardens and renewable energy solutions, and technology.

After looking around the stands people are welcome to relax in the Kingsley Village Cafe, where they can browse the catalogues and show offers for bespoke, traditional, rustic and contemporary products and services, whilst making the all important decisions on what to buy or explore further over lunch.

Organisers are confident that the event will provide inspiration and great offers to everyone looking to refresh or update the home ahead of summer, as well as giving businesses an opportunity to promote their goods and services at the only Home Show in the county.

Kitchen Design at the Cornwall Home Show

Andrew Weaver, Owner of Live Events South West said: “The Cornwall Home Show will be the perfect place for people to visit to get ideas for any room in the house or the garden. It’s the only time people will find all of Cornwall’s best home and garden businesses all in the same place. We’re encouraging exhibitors to offer special show discounts as well, so it really is an event not to be missed, make sure you get the date in your diary.”

Andrew continued: “This is the first time an event like this has been planned for Cornwall. We have so many independent, specialist home and garden suppliers in Cornwall and this event will give them all a platform to showcase the very best products.”

Organisers hope that The Cornwall Home Show will become an annual spring event that grows year on year, becoming a regular fixture in Cornwall’s events calendar.

If you are interested in taking one of the remaining stands at Cornwall’s First Home Show, or just want to find out more, please contact Andrew Weaver on 01872 888733 or email exhibit@cornwallhomeshow.co.uk

The ticket price for the show will be £3 per person, purchase on entry.
Opening hours will be:
Saturday 30 April from 09.30hrs to 17.00hrs
Sunday 1 May from 10.00hrs to 16.30hrs

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