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One week to go until the industry event of the year

There is just one week to go until the landmark 25th anniversary edition of the UK Jewellery Awards.

Taking place at the London Hilton on Park Lane on June 29, the 25th anniversary edition of the UK Jewellery Awards looks set to welcome almost 700 guests as it celebrates the achievements of all areas of the industry over the last 12 months.

Dubbed the biggest event in the jewellery industry’s calendar, the UK Jewellery Awards, in association with Clogau, boasts an unrivalled judging process, making these the only awards for the industry judged by the industry.

Retail Jeweller editor Ruth Faulkner said: “We are extremely excited to welcome all of our guests to the Hilton Park Lane on June 29 and are really pleased to be able to announce that this year’s event has attracted the highest number of guests seen at the UK Jewellery Awards since 2008.

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“If you haven’t booked yet, we do still have a few seats available, so make sure you are in the room for the most important night in the jewellery industry’s calendar. This event represents a fantastic networking opportunity and it is sure to be a great evening.”

Time is running out to book your tickets for the event. If you would like to book or to find out more, please contact Jack Procter on 020 7391 4515 or email Jack.Procter@emap.com

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