Thursday 17th - Sunday 20th October 2019
Thursday - Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 4pm
Warwickshire Event Centre

All club information relates to the 2018 show

  • 10 1/4" Gauge Society
    Stand/s: C
    The society has been formed to create a forum for the exchange of information, expertise, skills and experience in 10 1/4" and larger scales.
  • 7 1/4'' Gauge Society
    Stand/s: N
    The Society was founded by people with aims different to usual Model Engineering Society. The main aim is to act as communicator between people working in this gauge.
  • Birmingham Society of Model Engineers
    Stand/s: K
    The aim of the Society is simple: to bring together people from all walks of life who share a common interest in model engineering and its heritage.
  • Blackheath Model Power Boat Club
    Stand/s: I
    Founded in 1928 by Cecil Abbott and Joe Jepson last year saw the club celebrating 90 years. From the very beginning the members have always designed and built their own boats and engines, both steam and petrol.
     
  • Bromsgrove Society of Model Engineers
    Stand/s: R
    Bromsgrove SME based at Avoncroft Museum of Building has facilities for 16mm and gauge 1 models. Meetings are held on Tuesday and Sunday, please visit us on site to speak to a member or visit our website for additional details.
  • Burton on Trent Model Engineering Society
    Stand/s: G
    Raised Track 3½” & 5” gauges. Ground Level 5” & 7¼” gauges.
  • City of Oxford Society of Model Engineers
    Stand/s: E
    Members build a variety of models including locomotives, tools, clocks, boats, engines, instruments etc. During the summer, we run our locomotives in a City Park where we offer rides to the public.
  • Coventry Model Engineering Society
    Stand/s: L
    A group of like minded people interested in all things model engineering, specifically model locomotives, both steam and battery powered, traction engines, stationary engines and specialised workshop equipment.
  • Erewash Valley Model Engineering Society
    Stand/s: KK
    Primarily railway motive power and rolling stock; some members are building traction engines or stationery engines. Our tracksite, which we own is just under 1 acre in area & features a ground level track and raised track.
  • Gas Turbine Builders Association
    Stand/s: DD
    Our aim is to encourage and support the safe design and operation of small gas turbines, either as stand alone units or for the purpose of powering model vehicles.
  • Gauge 1 Model Railway Society
    Stand/s: A
    Gauge One is often described as being a combination of Railway Modelling and Model Engineering. Happily the blend of skills and interests makes for an Association with a flavour all of its own.
  • Gauge 3 Society
    Stand/s: HH
    The organisation's aims are to encourage interest and participation in building and running scenic gauge ‘3’ model railways, while encouraging friendly co-operation within the membership by means of informal meetings.
  • Guild of Model Wheelwrights
    Stand/s: LL
    Wheelwrighting in miniature. The primary activities of the Guild revolve around ordinary members who construct and exhibit precision scale models of horse drawn vehicles.
  • Hereford Society of Model Engineers
    Stand/s: GG
    Starting in 1962 as Hereford Live Steamers with 6 members paying £1.50 per week subs. Starting in a members garden and progressing to our site in Hereford in 1994 City Council consider us a major attraction.
  • IC Engine Builders Group
    Stand/s: QQ
    We are an informal group of modellers who like too build engines and display them at shows. We usually meet at exhibitions, anyone can join in, you just need an Internal Combustion engine and want to show it.
     
  • Kingsbury Water Park Model Boat Club
    Stand/s: EE
    Our club has a wide range of activities, the most popular of which is currently yachting. There is an active scale section, offshore and one end of the lake is used by a tethered hydro section. I/C and fast electric also operate.
  • Knightcote Model Boat Club
    Stand/s: II
    With a membership of over 75, this is one of the largest clubs in the area with private water available dawn to dusk every day. Model boating as it should be!! New Club House, improved facilities.
  • Large Model Association
    Stand/s: B
    The Large Model Association (LMA) is based in the UK. Its members are interested in the designing, building and flying of large model aircraft
  • London & North Western Railway Society
    Stand/s: OO
    The L&NWR Society is a historical research society catering for all interests, be it serious study to modelling. We became an educational charity in 2005.
  • Melton Mowbray & District Model Engineering Society
    Stand/s: F
    The raised and ground level tracks - 3½”, 5” and 7¼” gauges - are available to members throughout the year. Regular steamings are held on the third Sunday of the month.
  • Midlands Meccano Guild
    Stand/s: AA
    Formed in 1967 the Midlands Meccano Guild was one of the first Meccano Clubs formed in the UK aimed at an adult membership. Members have a wide range of interests in Meccano modelling and collecting.
  • Milton Keynes Clock Club
    Stand/s: D
    The British Horological Institute provides education, standards and support for clock and watch making, servicing and repairing. Based in Nottinghamshire, the Institute has around 20 local branches.
  • Model Steam Road Vehicle Society
    Stand/s: PP
    MSRVS cater for steam road vehicles up to 6” scale. We offer technical services & advice. Boiler testing 3 times a year. We also stage an annual rally at Tewkesbury.
  • National 2 1/2 Gauge Association
    Stand/s: J
    The National 2 1/2 Gauge Association was formed in 1975 to halt the declining interest in this historic gauge.
  • Northampton Society of Model Engineers
    Stand/s: JJ
    Very active and enthusiastic society. Opened extended railways in May 2011 after six-year development programme. Now have ½ mile plus of ground level 7¼/5 inch and 2100 feet of 5/3½ inch raised track.
  • Northern Association of Model Engineers
    Stand/s: M
    NAME is an association of clubs rather than individuals. It was formed in 1945 to “promote, encourage, develop and organise the model engineering movement in the north of England”.
  • Nottingham Society of Model & Experimental Engineers
    Stand/s: FF
    The Nottingham Society of Model and Experimental Engineers Ltd was founded in 1929 and is one of the longest established societies in the UK. From humble beginnings, its membership is now in excess of 280.
  • REMAP (Coventry and Warwickshire)
    Stand/s: NN
    We are a branch of Remap, a national charity that provides custom-made equipment for disabled people. Our skilled volunteers provide practical solutions to everyday challenges encountered by disabled people.
  • Society of Model & Experimental Engineers
    Stand/s: P
    Headquarters building is in South London. Our members’ interests cover all the traditional model engineering topics plus a keen interest in the future of the hobby and a desire to see it expand into new subject areas.
  • Southern Federation of Model Engineering Societies
    Stand/s: S
    The Southern Federation was founded to promote and encourage all aspects of model engineering, with the accent on the club/society aspect of the hobby.
  • Steam Apprentice Club (SAC)
    Stand/s: MM
    The Steam Apprentice Club is an organisation for young people interested in road steam engines. The club was founded in 1979 by the National Traction Engine Club.
  • Stirling Engine Society
    Stand/s: O
    The Society was founded to provide a means for those fascinated by Stirling Engines to make contact, exchange ideas and develop engines for various purposes.
  • The Steamboat Association
    Stand/s: Q
    The Steam Boat Association of Great Britain was formed in 1971 to promote the enjoyment of steamboats and steamboating - and to represent the interests of steamboat owners.
  • Wolverhampton & District Model Engineering Society
    Stand/s: BB
    The main objective of the Society is to promote engineering skills and maintain the traditions of the Wolverhampton area and its industrial heritage. We meet in the evening at Fordhouses.