UK Dairy Day will be held on Wednesday 15th September 2021 at the International Centre, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4JH from 8.00am to 5.30pm.
Press Pass & Secure Key Card for UK Dairy Day 2021
To register a press pass and if required secure key card to access the press office, see below link. You will be required to sign for the key card, provided in a UK Dairy Day lanyard which must be worn and returned at the end of the event. Please note that all equipment and personal items left in the press office are left at your own risk. Register online for a UK Dairy Day Press Pass: REGISTER HERE
Press Office Location
The press office will be located as last year on the ground floor after Costa Coffee on the left as you walk towards the lower ground floor area, marked by signage and a pull-up banner. The press room is Beckbury 1 and can only be accessed with a secure key card. The room will hardwire internet connection, desks and electric points located around the room. In the centre of the room will be A4 display units for press releases received from exhibitors and a table with complimentary refreshments.
The press office opens at 8.00am and closes at 7.00pm, however, after 6.30pm you will require a high vis jacket.
Free Wi-Fi will be available internally throughout the Telford International Centre for two days, Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th September. Hardwire internet connections will be installed in the press room for the upload and download of files on the event day.
The Event Guide including Cattle Guide will be available to collect at the entrances, venue and in the press office. The guide features everything you need to know about the event including full exhibitor listing and sponsor listing. A word document of the cattle guide section is available on request, please email in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Dairy Day Logo & Photographs
If you require the UK Dairy Day logo, photographs or editorial please email email@example.com
Cattle Ring Photography
Photographer access will only be allowed for official event photographers and media partners who will be required to wear an armband ID to gain access. Photographs will be taken of all classes including the presentation of prizes and these will be available after the event to view online and request high res files as required.
The UK Dairy Day Press Officer on event day is Clare Cooper who will be able to help with any queries or information you require during the event.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like any of the following:
The Approved Registered Cattle (ARC) mark provides traceability of registered cattle to the industry. The integral tissue bank, provides access to each animal’s DNA. This can be called upon at any time, allowing increased knowledge through genomic evaluation, parentage verification or health testing.