CMRA Modellers Day 2015
Saturday 16th July
The Parmiters School,
High Elms Lane, Watford
Open from 10.00 till 17.00
The Chiltern Model Railway Association will once again be holding its
Modellers' Day in 2016. The day, in previous years promoted as TIME the Totally Interactive
Modelling Event, involves modellers who belong to member organisations of the CMRA, presenting
and demonstrating items of modelling interest to colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere, away from
The event will also incorporate films, talks, discussions and practical demonstrations,
some by leading figures in the railway modelling hobby.
We have invited four excellent speakers to give presentations on the day:
Michael Watts - Tricks of the Trade
Tony Hill - Scenically Orientated
Gordon Rushton - Brighton Belle Restoration (to be confirmed)
Doug Lindsey - Colonel Stephens Railways (to be confirmed)
We will also have several guest demonstrators attending:
Andy Edgson - 3D printing, how it works
Jerry Freestone - card modelling
John Lloyd - grass modelling
Christopher Payne - baseboard construction
Jacqui Perrat - tree modelling
Roger Sawyer - everything you need to know about soldering
Michael Tucker - larger scale modelling using natural products
Tony Wright - locomotive workshop
Several members of the trade have also been invited:
John Dutfield - 00 ready to run stockists
Freestone Model Accessories - card and paper building products
Geoff Gamble Books - latest releases
So if you belong to one of our member organisations,
even one of the national ones supporting a specific scale, why not come along? It is one of those pleasant opportunities to talk,
listen, learn and pass on your ideas to like minded modellers, indeed all participants are encouraged to reserve table space so
as to bring along their models and share their experiences.
Admission includes tea, coffee and an excellent buffet lunch - what more could you ask for?
Modellers Day 2013
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The event poster can be downloaded by clicking here.
The event booking form can be downloaded by clicking here.
Cost per ticket is £10.00 (which includes the buffet lunch)
Tickets are available strictly in advance from either the Association's Chairman or Exhibition Manager - see Contacts & Links page.
Due to the nature of the event there will be no admission on the day without a pre-booked ticket.