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UK Jewellery Awards confirms date and new venue for 2020

The UK Jewellery Awards (UKJA), the UK’s longest running and most prestigious trade awards event, has confirmed that it will take place on Thursday July 2, 2020, with a move to a new venue.

The awards ceremony, which for the past two years has taken place at the HAC in the heart of the City of London, will move to the Pavilion at the iconic Tower of London in 2020. 

The UKJA was last held at the Tower of London in 2015 and, as the venue proved to be so popular, it was decided to return there for next year’s event.

Retail Jeweller editor Ruth Faulkner explained: “As the UK’s biggest and most respected trade awards event, we always endeavour to offer our guests a night to remember.

“The Pavilion at the Tower of London is a beautiful venue and we had an amazing response the last time we held the event there in 2015 so we are excited to return in 2020.”

The awards has also been given fresh branding for the 2020 edition and some new categories will also be unveiled once the awards officially open for entries on October 17.

For more information on the UKJA 2020, keep checking the Retail Jeweller website or visit https://awards.retail-jeweller.com

For sponsorship opportunities at the 2020 event contact David.Palmer@emap.com

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