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Adventure awaits at the National Outdoor Expo

If you’re someone who loves the great outdoors and you’re eager to spend more time immersed in nature then mark your calendars for next weekend, Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd March, when inspiration, motivation and expert advice will be available in abundance at the National Outdoor Expo, at the NEC, Birmingham.

Over 20,000 visitors are expected to attend the expo next weekend as outdoor enthusiasts of all ages immerse themselves in all things outdoors. This event offers something for everyone; and there is no better way to get inspired than hearing from some of the world’s greatest outdoor enthusiasts.

Visitors will have a chance to listen to, learn from and meet their outdoor idols. Speakers include award winning broadcaster and adventurer, Ben Fogle, award winning TV presenter and public speaker, Michaela Strachan, ThruDark ambassador and former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Operator, Jason Fox (Foxy), explorer, presenter and Scouts ambassador, Dwayne Fields and survivalist, author, presenter and TV producer, Megan Hine.

Interactive practical advice and products

The show will be packed full of interactive features offering fun for all the family. A myriad of brilliant outdoor brands will provide visitors with a top-class shopping experience and features within the exhibition offer enthusiasts expert advice and products to suit individual needs. With lots of taster sessions and workshops including a Bushcraft Zone with the Centre for Ethnoecology, a Climbing Wall sponsored by the British Mountaineering Council, an Adrenaline Drop, High Ropes at Bear Grylls Adventure, a Trail Running Zone sponsored by Harrier, Tomahawk Throwing with the Bushscouts, The Outdoor Kitchen sponsored by Sea to Summit, Fell Foodie and Camp Curiosity as well as a range of Watersports outside on Pendigo Lake there really is something to suit everyone at the expo.

Tickets are still available

If reading this has inspired you to attend the expo there are limited tickets still available. You can book online now at for £10 per adult ticket (16 & over) and kids can attend for free. Tickets on the door will be £15 each.

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