No-Dig Live back at East of England Showground in September

Westrade announce the show is set to return in September 2022

Westrade has announced the launch of No-Dig Live 2022 which will take place between the 13th and 15th September at the East of England Showground.

The decision to hold the event next year follows overwhelming support from both exhibitors and visitors who were keen to make up for missing the scheduled event in 2020 due to the pandemic. No-Dig Live will once again be supported by the United Kingdom Society for Trenchless Technology (UKSTT) – a registered charity involved in the development and promotion of trenchless technologies – and feature their annual gala dinner and awards during the exhibition.

Commenting on the launch, Westrade’s Managing Director, Paul Harwood, said:

“We’re excited to have been able to respond to market demand and give both exhibitors and visitors the event they wanted. Despite the obvious challenges, 2021 was a record year and we have plans for even more fantastic new content and innovation next September. We’re confident this will be another must attend event for the UK and international trenchless sectors.”

After the success of UKSTT’s conference programme and hugely memorable Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony, held during No-Dig Live and organised by Westrade Group, Chair Dawn Greig said, “We are delighted that the show will return in 2022 and look forward to working closely with Westrade on what promises to be another amazing and jam-packed event!”

Following the 2022 event, No-Dig Live will not return until 2024 maintaining its biennial staging.



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