Yorkshire Event Centre unveils Hall 1

13-Jun-16by Annie Byrne

More than 200 guests attended the official opening of the Yorkshire Event Centre (YEC) new £11.5m exhibition hall. The Bishop of Leeds, the Right Rev Nick Baines, and YEC’s MD Heather Parry pulled a 30m giant red ribbon to unveil the new hall.

 

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