Many thanks to everyone who came to visit us today. We managed to achieve some great work on the layouts today.
Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th May 2020.
A masssive thank you to all that attended over the weekend. This includes visitors, exhibitors, catering and club members. all of you helped in making the show the sucess that it was.
Below is a video review that one of exhibitors, Laurie Calvert, kindly made of the show.
Below is the second of show video reviews made by Budget Model Railways. Thanks Mike and Doug
Newspaper reviews from the 2019 show.
Click here to see an article form the Worthing Herald.
Click here to see an article about Cato Pass by Laurie Calvert
Hornby kindy donated us a Highland Rambler railway starter set.
This was raffled at the end of the show.
The raffle was won by Nick Munson of Rustington.
Click here to see a newspaper review of our 2018 Club Open Day.
Our club is situated in the Sompting Village Hall (www.somptingvillagehall.org) and is home to around 30 model railway enthusiasts, including some of the leading railway modellers in West Sussex.
Why not pop along on a Friday (2nd, 4th or 5th) evening?
Members arrive from 6:00pm onwards and we are usually cleared out by 10:30pm or so.
2019 Club nights
January 11th and 25th
February 8th & 22nd
March 8th, 22nd (AGM) and 29th
April 12th, 26th
May 10th (Annual exhibition setup), 24th and 31st
June 8th, 22nd and 29th
July 14th, 28th
August 9th and 23rd and 30th
September 13th and 27th
October 11th and 25th
November 8th, 22nd and 29th
Dates in bold show when we expect to run the large running board.
Click here to see a review of our 2018 show.
Click here to see a review of our 2017 show.
Click here to view pictures from our 2016 show.
A massive thank you to our visitors, exhibitors, catering team and club members for making our 2018 show the best ever.
Below is a video posted by one of our exhibitors this year, Budget Model Railways.
Typical Friday events.
N Gauge layout. Bring some of your stock to run.
00 Gauge children's layout. Bring some of your stock to run.
Various club layouts being worked on.
Learn new skills in modelling from highly skilled members.
Have a go yourself.
- Get advice on your home layout.
Bring some trains to run.
- Enjoy a tea or coffee and a good chat.