Vape Collective 2 (2018)

Posted 12th December 2017 by Toby Kilroy
Vape collective is back and better than ever!

After their last great success in 2016, VapeCollective will be returning to Doncaster on the 9th and 10th June 2018!

The event promises to be free entry with children and dogs allowed (as long as they’re well behaved!), food and drink will be available at the event and camping is available from £3.00 if you’re planning to stay for the whole weekend.

Plenty of vendors have already signed up to exhibit at the event so there should be a great range of products available on the day.

Chris Birks, the brains behind VapeCollective sent us the following:

“I owe so much to the vaping industry and community. I literally owe my life to it, and want to give something back.

“What better way, than bringing the vaping community together for a weekend of fun, and donating all the proceeds to a deserving charity?

“That is the concept of VapeCollective.

“The first event, held in 2016, was a resounding success. It attracted more than 2,000 visitors and a great time was had by all.

“Choosing the venue was important. It had to be easily accessible, with a good road and rail network to serve it, and it had to be in the North of England.

“Doncaster was an obvious choice, and Parklands ticked all the right boxes.

“With great facilities, extremely inexpensive food and drink, we would be hard pressed to find anything better.

“I have a great team for 2018.

“All working for the love of our community, not for personal profit or gain.

“Admission is free, with a small nominal charge for camping. Vendor's pitches are easily affordable.

“We are a collective, we are your collective, so please come and support us in 2018.

“VC2. See you there?”

It sounds good to us Chris, we’ll see you there!

For more information and to book your free tickets, why not head over to http://vapecollective.co.uk/ and check it out.

 Toby Kilroy
Article by Toby Kilroy
Toby set up Planet of the Vapes in 2012 after another major vaping site was taken down. With a history in web development and running websites for clients he was well placed to use his previous knowledge to build and run a site on the scale of POTV.