New home show is sure to be a winner

Deanna Millard and Norm Betts are geared up for the Warwick Home and Leisure Show this Sunday.
Deanna Millard and Norm Betts are geared up for the Warwick Home and Leisure Show this Sunday. Kerri Burns-Taylor

THE Warwick Showgrounds will become a one-stop shop for home owners, renovators and those who like a little bit of outdoor adventure.

 

The inaugural Warwick Home and Leisure Show is to be held this weekend and will feature information on such things as building and decorating a house, camping and sporting, finance, outside fittings, sheds, camper trailers and much more.

Event co-ordinator Deanna Millard said the event would appeal to those who are looking to buy, sell or renovate their property or pursue leisure activities.

"I recognised an opportunity for Warwick to have its own home and leisure show, for businesses to showcase their skills, services and products to the general public," Miss Millard said.

"The aim was to create an event the public could enjoy, while gathering information from professionals in relation to anything to do with housing and leisure."

Although this is the first time the event has been held in Warwick, Miss Millard said she was sure the day would be a success.

"I have already had a lot of interest from people interested in attending," she said.

"I think it has appealed to so many people because everything you need is going to be in the one place."

Betta Bilt Kitchens owner Norm Betts will be on of the 50 stall holders at the event and said he was keen to show Rose City residents what they had right under their nose.

"I just want to show the public what is available here and Warwick, so they know they don't have to go to bigger places like Brisbane to get what they need," he said.

Be there

  • The Warwick Home and Leisure Show will be held at the Showgrounds this Sunday.
  • Entry is free and the event will run from 10am-4pm.
  • 50 stalls, entertainment and food will be available on the day.


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