Aquatics Live show could be the best the UK has ever seen!

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Excitement about Aquatics Live – the show for everyone who has an interest in fishkeeping and reptiles – continues to grow as more exhibitors sign up every day.

German manufacturers such as JBL, Eheim and Dennerle will now be showcasing their latest products and Maidenhead Aquatics are among a healthy band of retailers looking forward to trading in an environment given up exclusively to enthusiastic aquarists.

All branches of the hobby are going to be represented with stands dedicated to Koi rubbing shoulders with marine specialists, ornamental fish and reptiles. And it's not just the big names that are coming. There are plenty of stands for smaller companies like Beef Heart and Aqua Maniac who will be promoting and selling their own specialist products.

Marine specialist, Simon Garratt has been added to the list of speakers, offering visitors the benefit of his 30 years experience in reef keeping, and as well as holding his own seminars he will be taking part in the Q and A sessions at the end of the show days.

The FBAS will lead the way in the Associations Pavilion where experts from the British Livebearers Association, the British Koi Keepers Society, Goldfish Society of Great Britain and many others will be keen to talk about their specialist interests and sign up new members.

With George Farmer's aquascaping workshop and the other stunning feature areas, this event is truly shaping up to be the best weekend’s celebration of fishkeeping that the UK has ever seen, and visitors have already registered from Cornwall to Kirkcaldy.  

Aquatics Live takes place at London’s Olympia from November 19-20.

Latest updates can be found on Facebook and Twitter.

Discounted tickets are available through the Aquatics Live website where you can also find contact details for the organisers.   

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