The 2nd British Golf Show has been re-scheduled for 14-15 May 2021 and will double in size to become it’s largest exhibition to date.
The 2020 event’s originally-scheduled date of May was switched to early October when the pandemic hit, but a lack of clarity as to what will / will not be permitted as regards to public gatherings next month, together with a recent update from our venue partner (Wycombe Park) has left exhibition organisers, The Elite Luxury Events with no choice but to postpone the upcoming British Golf Show.
As the British Golf Show’s exhibition space was already fully-sold for the 2020 event, extra capacity has now been secured to make the expansion possible with the approval of the venue. The 2021 British Golf Show will now take place across two Golf Halls at Wycombe Air Park, to allow for extra exhibitors and public attractions.
As originally planned the British Golf Show 2021 will take place alongside the long-running The Elite Events – London (luxury lifestyle exhibition), which also switches to the May 2021 dates.
All current golf exhibitors have been personally contacted, and the organisers are now taking bookings for the enlarged 2021 event.
Alex Ayling, of British Golf Show mentioned;
“With ongoing uncertainty about COVID-19, it had become clear that our venue partner (Wycombe Air Park) had become unsure on the viability of allowing us to stage the event this October. A decision we obviously respect and understand from our partner.
The lack of clarity regarding HM Government’s Covid restrictions for the events industry and further potential ongoing associated risks with hosting the event were evaluated as too high.
The new dates gives us more time to market the event and develop increased visitor numbers. The golf industry has by and large welcomed our initiative and we have appreciated everybody’s support during this most challenging of all years.
We will now turn our focus immediately to staging our largest-ever event in May 2021 and providing a fantastic event for all involved.”
Ticket sales will automatically be transferred over to the new dates of 14th – 15th May 2021. Ticket refunds are available upon request.
As we rely so heavily on our headline events, their absence this year places further challenges on our fantastic team, who have worked tirelessly to try and make them possible.