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Jewson heads back to NEC for Jewson Live

 Jewson Live, the exhibition run by builders merchant Jewson for builders and tradespeople, is returning to the NEC in Birmingham on Thursday 9th December, after a year off. 

The day will feature exclusive offers, events, speakers, competitions, product demonstrations and giveaways, as well as goodie bags to all attendees and a free breakfast and lunch for hungry guests. 

Attendees will be joined by some faces including presenters Chris ‘Kammy’ Kamara and Emma Paton, as well as sporting legends Frank Bruno and James Wade. They’ll all be making their way around the NEC, along with some top footballers from the EFL, taking part in a range of activities with guests. 

A new addition is the ‘Ultimate In The Mixer Challenge’. Visitors will get the chance to compete in a series of special sporting challenges (with a building twist,) to win a range of prizes.

Industry charities, Band of Builders, Mates in Mind and the Lighthouse Club on hand to offer support and resources to guests. Representatives from the charities will take to the stage, providing advice and tips for building resilience while sharing stories of the people that they’ve helped. Attendees will also be able to take a moment over a brew, and have a chat with some mental health experts at the Builders Talk Café. 

Products from Jewson’s new Making Better Homes range will be on show, with experts offering advice and support around the latest building regs, SAP assessments and energy saving technology. There will also be exclusive on-the-day deals for all those building essentials that help make homes more energy efficient and comfortable.  

Jewson managing director Mike Newnham, said: “We can’t wait to be back at Jewson Live after two years. With more than 130 suppliers in attendance, and countless activities for tradespeople to take part in, this experience is going to be unmissable. 


About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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