On with the show at Childcare Expo

On with the show at Childcare Expo

Childcare Expo Manchester is gearing up for this year’s show at EventCity from 16th – 17th June after achieving its highest visitor numbers in nine years in March. The second event of the year is set to present the best of early years with two days packed full of action, inspiration and most of all fun!

The event represents the best in early years and continues to bring joy to all those who attend. Visitors are greeted with educational wonders and learning resources as the hall is filled with industry experts ready to share insight and knowledge. There is the opportunity to attend CPD seminars focusing on must-know issues in the sector. These offer early years practitioners exclusive insights at affordable prices.

On with the show at Childcare ExpoAcross the two days, the event will also feature exciting areas created by the famous Twinkl, as they prepare themselves for inspirational crafts and tip bits to share with their fans. TTS Group will also be creating a Learning Location packed to the brim with ideas using their latest resources. In addition, Alistair Bryce-Clegg is set to cause quite the stir at his sell-out seminar.

A highlight of Childcare Expo is the shopping village, which offers a spectacular space for trade show visitors and showcases 100 exhibitors across the sector. More international exhibitors than ever before will be featured as new ideas and inspiration are set to hit the UK. The leading early years suppliers will offer all visitors special onsite offers for them to take away and enhance their early years settings. Some of the key companies include Community Playthings, Hope Education, Wesco and HMRC and Childcare Choices who will be on hand to offer advice and guidance about 15 and 30 hours funded childcare.

For further information, visit childcareexpo.co.uk or call 01425 838393. Don’t forget, the event along with workshops are free to attend!

Providing quality experiences for care professionals
Childcare Expo Manchester is set for its return