What is Glee?
Our 10 sectors include DIY, Food & Catering, Garden Care, Home, Gift & Clothing, Landscaping & Garden Decoration, Outdoor Entertaining, PAW, Plants, Retail Experience, and Sourcing.
What is a trade show?
Can I apply to speak at the event?
Are seminars free to attend?
Can I register upon arrival to the show?
Is my registration for the show date specific?
How can I find my way around the show?
What if I have forgotten my entry badge when I arrive to the show?
Who attends Glee?
Can I park at the venue?
What are the accommodation options?
Disabled parking is available by the Atrium, by Hall 16. Those drivers with an official blue badge should report to Gate 3 (for the Atrium) where they will be given the code number needed to raise the barrier.
Disabled parking is not permitted at the rear of the halls.
The NEC offers a fleet of mobility equipment available to hire on a first-come, first-serve basis. We, therefore, recommend booking early to avoid disappointment. You can email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org, and a member of the team will contact you within three working days. All pre-bookings will be held until 11:00 on the day they've been booked for unless otherwise advised. For any visitors who have not pre-booked equipment and arrive on the day, any remaining stock will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
Wheelchairs are available free of charge for blue badge holders and £5 for all other visitors. The number of wheelchairs the NEC has available is limited, so if you’ve got your own, please bring it with you.
Scooters are available for £15 per hire for all visitors.
Equipment collection will be at the top of the stairs/ramp near Hall 5 for the Piazza, and inside Atrium 2 main entrance for the Atrium.
Please note: Mobility equipment hire is only available during show open times and the NEC only accepts payment by card for any equipment hired.