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Mypower are exhibiting at the Moreton Show this weekend

This Saturday (5th September) sees the return one of the best loved country shows – Moreton Show.
Moreton Show, in the heart of the Cotswolds, is a celebration of all that’s great about the British countryside. The show offers a fabulous family day out, of farming, fashion, food and fun.

Mypower are exhibiting there again this year and warmly welcome any visitors to our stand. We have an array of solar panels on display allowing people to see how a panel would fix to a roof or the ground.
Even if you have never thought about solar energy before or perhaps you’ve considered it in the past, Mypower can offer friendly advice to anyone looking to reduce their business overheads and secure their future energy.    
Mypower is located in the Green Self Sufficiency section - Stand number 211. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday.                                        

Show information

Advanced tickets – adult £13.50, children £4.50 – tickets can be bought in advance from a number of locations, visit the Moreton website for more information. Parking is Free.

The Moreton-in-Marsh Showground is situated off the A429 north of the town. For more information on how to get there visit the Moreton website.

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