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The exclusive luxury product and service show in UK now moves to 2021

The Elite Events – London at Wycombe Air Park has been re-scheduled for 14-15 May 2021, further ahead to its once already re-scheduled date in October. Organisers claim this delay though unfortunate, will increase the event in size to become its largest exhibition to date.

The 2020 event’s originally-scheduled date of May was switched to early October when the pandemic hit, but a lack of clarity on how the pandemic was unfolding left exhibition organisers with no choice but to postpone the upcoming Elite Events – London to October. However, we learn that it is now finally postponed to 14-15 May 2021.

This comes despite its full booking for October. They plan to now further increase its size and scope when it’s held in May next year.

All pre-paid tickets for the event automatically had shifted to new dates of October 2020. Hopefully they will be moved to May 2021 now. The venue remains the same – Wycombe Air Park, Buckinghamshire, within a few miles of London.

The area is officially classified as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, so the setting is perfect. Driving time is shorter than an hour by road and less than half an hour by train or air.

Those willing to indulge in the fine living can avail the opportunity of seeing some great options and samples of the finest products and services. The Wycombe Air Park’s vast area can also serve to accommodate flyers of private aircraft and helicopters to land directly at the event. Larger aircraft can land at nearby Oxford airport with shuttle service to escort the flyers to the venue.

The event is ticketed and hopefully seems to be the perfect mood enhancer post Covid19.

Here’s hoping that by May 2021 the virus should definitely have been vanquished. The woes of lockdown have been really difficult and severe for the rich and beautiful. And for those of us aspiring (and sincerely working hard) to be counted among them, this could be just the right relief.

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