15.2.1937

Venesta exhibits in the 1937 British Industries Fair as the makers of “Plymax”.

The British Industries Fair (BIF) was once the most visited attraction in the country, located on the edge of Birmingham and running for 2 weeks in February

For 40 years the BIF was Britain’s shop window the world, easily the largest trade fair on the planet, and the place to showcase the products of the UK and its commonwealth. Visited regularly by Royals, the 1937 Fair was visited by Queen Elizabeth, pictured above. 

The fair included thousands of exhibitors, including Venesta; the makers of “Plymax” the metal faced plywood and metal foil used in partitions, toilets, doors, bench tops and storage bins.