Latest position regarding our 2022 Show
Just to let people know that currently we are still working towards holding a 2022 Show. Clearly with the current situation there is, as yet, no guarantee COVID levels nearer April will allow this but we will follow government guidance and keep readers updated.
At the present time we have not yet begun the process of inviting demonstrators for 2022, although this will be done in due course. Page updated to 4th January 2022.
As a guide to what you can expect the list below was the invited line-up for 2020 but please note this is NOT that for 2022; when that is available this page will be updated.
|Andy Ross||Hunslet engine works in 0 gauge|
|Bob Dawson & Scott Waterfield||Buildings made from card with individual bricks and scribed stonework|
|Chris Hewitt||Casting multiple parts using easy to obtain sealants and resins|
|Chris & Val Peacock||Content of demo – TBC|
|Dave Walker & Liz |
|Finishing and lining locos and rolling stock in the larger scales|
|David Jeffries||Detailing and weathering of road vehicles in 4mm and 7mm scales|
|Derek Mundy||Semaphore signalling and railways of South Wales|
|Gordon Gravett||Content of demo – TBC|
|John Arkell||Complex coach lining and signwriting on wagons|
|Kevin Cartwright||Content of demo – TBC|
|Les Nehrlich||Weathering locos and rolling stock|
|Mark Henshaw||Modelling with plastic kits|
|Mike Williams||Modelling locomotives in the larger scales|
|Paul Martin||Narrow gauge modelling demonstrating different techniques|
|Stuart Brasier & Dave Griffin||Content of demo – TBC|
|Tony Hill||Creating realistic rural scenery|
|Tony Wright||Locos and rolling stock building in 4mm scale|