The Carole Nash International MG Show and Spares Day and its sister Triumph Show are combining to create one ‘Best of British’ super show, offering extra benefits for both visitors and exhibitors. Instead of running an MG Show one weekend and a separate Triumph Show a couple of weeks later, Live Promotions will be running both shows together on Sunday March 2nd, 2014.
The new format will benefit traders who supply both marques and to those who sell items such as tools and garage consumables to interact with a much wider audience, with traders gathered in Halls 1 and 2, with the MG and Triumph clubs located together in Hall 3.
With an all new layout, Hall 3 will be heated and joined to Hall 1 by a covered linkway – all clear benefits from running the two shows together. MG and Triumph Clubs may also choose to take advantage of special club rates to relocate into Hall 1 or 2 if they wish, but all those in Hall 3 will be allocated stand space free of charge. And in response to feedback from the clubs in previous years, this will be of a standard size sufficient for three cars and a gazebo, allowing club officials to plan ahead and to keep a lid on their operating costs.
Also in response to feedback from traders and clubs alike, the previous 9am 'early bird' entry scheme is being discontinued, so stands only have to be ready for a straightforward 9.30am-4pm day. There will also be parking in the lower cattle sheds for those who arrive in a marque-appropriate vehicle, available on a first-come/first-served basis.