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PJ Awards guests offered VIP tour of iconic Lord’s cricket ground

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Guests at the forthcoming Professional Jeweller Awards will have a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes at one of English sport’s most iconic venues. 

This year’s awards, on Monday 2 September, take place at Lord’s cricket ground, one of the most famous landmarks in the game, steeped in more than 200 years of history and tradition.

Professional Jeweller is offering a limited number of tickets for a private tour of Lord’s before the awards begin.

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Starting at 7.15pm, the private tour will take in the legendary Long Room, the home players’ dressing rooms with the honours boards and the MCC Museum, home to the iconic ashes urn.

With extraordinary architecture and a fascinating collection of art and memorabilia, a tour of Lord’s is not only a must for all cricket fans, but for everyone looking for a quintessentially English experience.

The tour will finish in time for guests to enjoy the Professional Jeweller Awards drinks reception, beginning at 7.45pm when the doors to the event officially open.

Tickets for the VIP tour cost just £20 more than the standard price of a Professional Jeweller Awards ticket and can be secured online HERE.

Places on the tour are limited and will be issued on a first come first served basis.

The 2019 Professional Jeweller Awards is set to honour and celebrate the achievements of the UK jewellery industry over the past year, with the winners of this year’s awards announced during the gala dinner and black-tie ceremony.

The shortlisted finalists for this year’s awards have now been announced. To view the retailer finalists click HERE and to view the supplier finalists click HERE.

If you have any questions about the 2019 Professional Jeweller Awards or would like to discuss tickets, table availability or the VIP Lord’s tour please email sheni.sampson@itppromedia.com or call 020 3176 5658.

CLICK HERE TO SECURE TICKETS TO THE 2019 PROFESSIONAL JEWELLER AWARDS

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