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Mary Berry at Spring Fair

Much loved food writer and TV presenter Mary Berry, affectionately known as the ‘Queen of Cakes’, will be at Spring Fair 2020, visiting the Captivate Brands stand (with her range of tableware) and as a keynote speaker on the Inspiring Retail Stage. Mary will be talking about her creative collaboration with Captivate Brands and how she takes inspiration from her garden.

Above: Mary Berry’s The English Garden range from Captivate Brands.
Above: Mary Berry’s The English Garden range from Captivate Brands.

Meanwhile the ‘Queen of Shops’ Mary Portas returns to the NEC to speak at Spring Fair. Other keynote speakers at the February’s show include John Lewis, JML, Harrods, Selfridges and Oliver Bonas.

Above: Mary Portas in conversation at Autumn Fair.
Above: Mary Portas in conversation at Autumn Fair.

“Our 2020 line-up is highly relevant for today’s challenges,” states Spring Fair’s portfolio director Charlie Cracknell. “It will help shape thinking and we anticipate it to be our most exciting yet. We’re taking steps to embrace and indulge inspiring ideas from the industry’s most exciting innovators and disruptors. We want attendees to leave feeling invigorated, inspired, and with a new mindset for the year ahead and beyond.”

* Spring Fair takes place at the NEC in Birmingham from February 2-6.  Visit


Top: Mary Berry with a piece of her tableware from Captivate Brands.

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