Win tickets to National Homebuilding and Renovating Show courtesy of Bathroom City

By Chris Willmott 20/03 Updated: 22/03 12:27

THE NATIONAL Homebuilding and Renovating Show returns to the NEC in from March 29 to April 1 and Bathroom City are proudly taking part and offering FREE tickets.

Now entering its 21st year of exhibiting, the HB&R Show will take over the NEC for 4 days in March. Showcasing the best in bathroom design, Bathroom City will be on hand to discuss your up and coming bathroom projects as well providing product demonstrations.

Showcasing brands such as Jax Bathrooms and Emotions by Jaxart, Bathroom City will be providing advice and solutions for those DIY and renovation buffs looking to reinvent their bathrooms in 2012. Even if you’re a novice, we have the experience to guide you in the right direction.

Visiting us at the National Homebuilding and Renovating Show has never been easier- especially as we're offering FREE tickets! Just follow the instructions on this web link and print off your tickets.

www.bathroomcity.co.uk/tickets

From everyone at Bathroom City, we hope to see you at this exciting event in Birmingham next week.

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