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05 Aug, 2011

The National Home Improvement Show, Earls Court Friday 30 September – Sunday 2 October 2011 – DIY, building, interiors

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: diy|Education|Energy|exhibition|Exhibitions and Shows|garden|Grand Designs|Green Eco Building|Housing|Interior decoration|refurbishment|remodeling|renovation

The National Home Improvement Show is at Earls Court 1, Warwick Rd, London, SW5 9TA.
Friday 30 September – Sunday 2 October 2011

Friday 30 September 10:00 – 17.00
Saturday 1 October 10:00 – 17.00
Sunday 2 October 10:00 – 17.00

Ticketas are 8 UKP or 12 UKP on the door, see this link:

Tickets for The National Home Improvement Show 2011 >

This is a vast show so give yourself plenty of time. Features this year are:

Over 300 company stands

Real Homes live – BBC’s Charlie Luxton and ITV’s Matt James will be answering questions, this is quoite fun and makes a change from staring at the products

Julia Kendell’s Interiors Pavilion – advice from this expert

The Advice Centre – more advice…

Kitchen & Bathroom Inspiration Zone… guess what

Eco Home Zone – this is new, amazingly, and migth have some good ideas so check it out

The Period Property Pavilion – for all things retro, which usually means not energy efficient

The Home Entertainment & Technology (from CEDIA) – spend your money before it goes out of fashion – oh it already has!

The Landscaping & Gardens – this is nicely staged and worth a look for a rest from the clamour and crowds

Also Masterclasses and DIY Doctor… more advice.

This is all very un-green, it is really about consumerism, so although interesting, the show can be a bit exhausting. Be prepared.

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