The Southern Homebuilding & Renovating Show is back this summer (July 1st and 2nd), offering heaps of inspiration, innovation and advice on how you can make your home your own – including plenty on making it as eco-friendly as possible.
Taking place in Sandown Park, Surrey, the two-day show will feature over 220 exhibitors, 500 advice sessions and 20 free masterclasses. Basically if you're thinking about building your own home or renovating an existing building, you'll learn about everything from insulation to planning permission to bathroom design.
In fact there's an entire Advice Centre offering one-to-one impartial guidance from self-building and property specialists, including the Ask the Builder, Ask the Architect and Ask the Expert zones and the Planning Clinic.
Everest Home Improvements is sponsoring the event, so also expect more details on how insulated windows and doors can keep your home warmer and quieter than you can shake a screwdriver at.
Standard show tickets for The Southern Homebuilding & Renovating Show are £8 in advance or £12 on the door (children under 16 go free), but – FREEBIE KLAXON – Clearly can get you a pair of tickets for nothing.
Just click on this link, fill in your details and print off your tickets to take to the show. Tickets must be redeemed before the link expires on 3pm on June 30th 2017, so chop chop.
Additional T&Cs apply:
A pair of tickets is worth £24 based on the standard on-the-door rate, or £16 based on the advanced ticket price. Tickets are valid for entry on one day of the exhibition. Children aged 16 years and under are able to attend free of charge up to a maximum of four children per pair of tickets.
Please note that the free daily seminars and masterclasses can't be booked in advance but visitors should arrive early to each slot to guarantee a seat. Please see more about seminar and workshop timetable via the show website surrey.homebuildingshow.co.uk
The one-on-one appointments can only be booked on entry to the show and are offered on a first come first served basis. Arrive early to avoid disappointment.