|Scenic Modelling provided by Green Scenes
Incorporated into the Greenscene trade stand (Exhibition Hall 3: Sports Hall) you can see demonstrations of the products on sale. Ask for a demonstration of the 'Flockit' static grass applicator to prove how simple the use of static grass can be.
|Modern Modelling provided by CLevedon And PortisHead Armchair Modellers (CLAPHAM)
This demonstration (Exhibition Hall 4: Old Gymnasium) revolves around the theme of 'Modern Modelling' and is supported by micro layouts and examples of current projects. Members of the public are encouraged to sit down and chat about any aspect of of modern modelling. Presentation projects include diesel detailing, coaching stock, wagon building, figure painting and building construction.
|O Gauge Locomotive Building
This demonstration will show the techniques and steps involved in locomotive building in O gauge. It will provide the ideal opportunity to discuss current projects , seek advice and ask any questions that you may have.
|Railway Societies & Associations|
The society aims to cater for all aspects of small scale narrow gauge railway modelling, both for the beginner and the experienced modeller alike, for the scratch-builder, the kit builder and the modeller who prefers proprietary ready to run equipment. The stand can be found in Exhibition Hall 2: Dance Studio. Whether you are an active modeller or an armchair modeller, you will find a welcome in the 009 SOCIETY.
|Great Western Society
The Great Western Society exists to preserve, restore and operate, as a permanent public exhibition and museum, locomotives, rolling stock, equipment machinery and relics of historical operational and general interest and educational value with particuar reference to the former Great Western Railway and its successors following the nationalisation of the railways in 1948 and also to collect, make available for public reference and publish information concerning the history, equipment and operation of the former Great Western and other railways.
|EM Gauge Society
EM means Eighteen Millimetres - the original finescale track gauge adopted by 4mm scale modellers in the mid-1950s (now 18.2mm). If you're interested in improving the look of your models or if you're contemplating construction for the first time, the E.M. Gauge Society is here to support you. Please ask any questions and consider the benefits of joining the society.
|Taunton Model Engineers
Taunton Model Engineers is a club open to anyone with an interest in Model Engineering. Whether your interests be in Traction, Stationary, Hot Air or I/C Engines, Locomotives, Boats, Tools or Clock making, Robots, Vehicle Restoration or any other subject related to engineering, then the Taunton Model Engineers could be a home for you. You may not be actively involved in model making or any kind of engineering for that matter, but just like to appreciate the work of others. The club is entering an exciting chapter with the development of a new home in West Buckland. Please look at the display and ask any questions about the activities of the club.