Extra measures put in place to make Dairy-Tech 2022 covid-secure

Extra measures are being implemented for Dairy-Tech 2022 held on 2 February to ensure it is Covid-secure.

In line with the latest Government Covid regulations, visitors to Dairy-Tech must show a Covid pass on entry to prove they are either fully vaccinated or have tested negative. Masks must be worn at the event, with sanitiser stations provided throughout the venue.

The event will be going ahead unless Government regulations restrict it from happening.

Matthew Knight, RABDF Managing Director, said: “We are fortunate the facilities at Stoneleigh Park provide adequate space for people to social distance, as well as all the halls having excellent ventilation. As a result, the event can run safely, provided all visitors adhere to the Government guidelines and regulations. This is why we will not permit entry for any visitors failing to show a Covid Pass.”

The NHS Covid Pass can be obtained digitally through the NHS App or the online NHS Covid Pass service. Visit www.nhs.uk for more information.

Dairy-Tech 2022 is shaping up to be one of the biggest dairy shows to date, with more than 80 new product launches and almost 300 exhibitors.

Usual favourites are featured, including the Dairy Hub, offering guidance and insight on key industry issues and the Innovation Hub, where new products, ideas, technology and concepts will be discussed. Hoof trimming demonstrations will also feature at the event.

Tickets bought before the show are priced at £17 per person compared to £20 at the door. In addition, members of the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) receive two free complimentary tickets to the event.

To find out more about the event, what’s on and how to buy tickets, go https://dairy-tech.uk/visiting/buy-tickets/

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