Early Start for Early Years

Childcare Expo London, the essential show for all those working in the early years sector, will be giving childcare professionals an early start this year to engage with stacks of specialised products and services and absorb the current thoughts from industry experts.

The event will be taking place at Olympia London on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 March, allowing savvy searchers two days to explore the treasure trove of all things early years. 

Registration for the show opened in January and exhibition organisers Broadway Events reported a surge of visitor registrations from the off, indicating that this launch event is attracting lots of attention in the capital.

The event is set to host a range of features including seminars, workshops and new this year, a dedicated area to pick up ideas especially for 2 year olds.  The ‘Time for 2s’ zone, created by educational resource specialists TTS, will be packed full of ideas for enhancing communication, creativity and physical development.

Free workshops at the event will be running throughout each day giving visitors a boost of inspiration for their own settings.  On the Friday come and see Play to Z explore ‘Creative Approaches to Nurturing Children’s Creativity’ or discover some imaginative concoctions with TTS and their Messy Play workshop.  During Saturday discover ‘The Magic of Mud Kitchens’ with Muddy Faces and ‘How to get children to love AND eat fruit and veg’ with I Know Why It’s Yum, Mum! and the Rainbow Fairy.

Entry into the exhibition is free and seminars cost just £9 + VAT per session when booked in advance or £15 Inc. VAT when booked at the show.  For more information about Childcare Expo and to register for your free ticket please visit www.childcareexpo.co.uk

For more information, contact Andrea Bennet on andrea@broadway-events.co.uk


Notes to editors

About Olympia London

Olympia London is more than an exhibition venue, conference centre and live-event space. It’s an inspiration. Against a backdrop of grand Victorian architecture, the seven connected spaces inspire engagement and enjoyment.

The recent £30 million redevelopment of Olympia West and Central has provided the venue with new-found flexibility for events of every size, bringing modern facilities and British heritage together.

Olympia London presently operates alongside Earls Court, with shared staff and values. Together our businesses are recognised in the industry for exceptional levels of customer service and support, and our numerous awards are testament to our clients' satisfaction.