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The South’s Largest Model Engineering & Modelling Exhibition returns for its 21st anniversary on Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd January 2017. This exhibition is regarded as one of the leading model shows in the UK and attracts over 14,000 visitors annually.
Come along and see the full spectrum of modelling from traditional model engineering, steam locomotives and traction engines through to the more modern gadget and boys toys including trucks, boats, aeroplanes, helicopters and robots, as previously featured on “The One Show”.
Visitors can travel between the shows different zones, trying the different activities and watching fascinating and technical demonstrations.
Over 50 clubs and societies will be present displaying their members work and competing to win the prestigious Society Shield. In total nearly 2,000 models will be on display.
All of the leading suppliers will be present showcasing new products and special promotions and giving hobbyists an excellent opportunity to see and compare products under one roof. You will be able to purchase virtually anything you need for your next model or project or to get you started in a hobby.
If you are an active model engineer this is a key event in the calendar to meet other hobbyists and see the leading suppliers. This is a great day out for all the family, one which the children will love with all the working models. If you are interested in modelling yourself or want to rekindle your childhood memories, you will find something amongst the many diverse types of modelling on display to admire. If you are not already a modeller hopefully the exhibition will fire your imagination to build something yourself and enjoy one of these satisfying hobbies.
The South’s Major Showcase of Modelling .. Not To Be Missed!
|Operator:||London Model Engineering Exhibition|
Greater London N22 7AY
|Open days:||Friday 20th January - Sunday 22nd January 2017 Friday/ Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday 10am-4:30pm|
This entry was last updated on 16th June 2016