Toymaster cancels its September show over Government restrictions

The Toymaster Show which was rearranged to take place in September this year, from its usual May slot, has been cancelled.

The Toymaster group has made the announcement in the last hour, that, owing to the continued need for social distancing, and the Government restrictions on the number of people allowed to gather in one place, the 2020 Toymaster show will no longer take place this year.

“Due to the continuing need for Social Distancing, Government restrictions on the number of people allowed to meet up and ever conscious of the safety of attendees the decision has been taken to cancel this September’s event,” read a statement from the group.

Going forward the Show is booked for 18th to 20th May 2021 at the Majestic Hotel in Harrogate. Full details for the Show in 2021 will follow in the New Year.

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