Enthusiasts from across Britain will be making their way to Newton Aycliffe on 19 March for the 7th annual exhibition organised by the Rotary Club of Newton Aycliffe to be held at the Youth Centre, Burn Lane Newton Aycliffe (opposite Tesco) on Saturday 19th March 2016
Nineteen layouts, including several never before seen in public,have been confirmed in a variety of scales from “n” to “1” depicting railways from Great Britain and Europe and from Edwardian splendour to modern image. A special visitor will be a “Thomas the Tank Engine” layout. Visiting layouts will have travelled from as far away as Spalding and Whitchurch (Shropshire) to be at the event
Teen trade stands selling new and pre-owned models, books photographs and die-cast vehicles will be present along with presentations from three preservation societies.
Doors open at 10.00am. Refreshments will be available all day and there will be a tombola, free car parking and full disabled access will be provided.
Entry is £4 for adults, 50p for accompanied children and £3 for concessions.
“We are looking forward to our best exhibition ever ” said Exhibition Manager, John Burrows this week.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to the “Heel and Toe” charity caring for children suffering from Cerebral Palsy across County Durham and Darlington.
Further information is available from John Burrows 07870-210269 or Email: jandeburrows@gmail.com

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