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Fry I.T 2018 returns to Peterborough




FRY I.T is coming back to Peterborough for 2018, returning to the popular Peterborough Arena venue at the East of England Showgrounds on Sunday 25th February 2018.

It follows a successful 2017 show at the Westpoint Arena in Exeter earlier in the year.

For one day only, Peterborough Arena will turn into a fish friers’ playground with suppliers exhibiting an array of products from frying ranges, to frozen at sea fish, to chicken fillet bites.

Last year’s show featured a host of brands covering all areas of a fish and chip shop owner’s needs, including food products, packaging, signage and frying equipment.

With an even bigger range of high quality frozen at sea fish available from Friars Pride this time round, FRY I.T. 2018 will be a show not be missed!

For your free tickets and more information, look out for updates on the Friars Pride website by clicking here.

If you are interested in exhibiting at FRY I.T. 2018, please email NPound@friarspride.com

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