EMGS, Area Group Events, and Exhibitions

Event Information:

  • Sat
    21
    Oct
    2017

    expo Bowland

    10:30 amNewton-in-Bowland Village Hall

    EXPO-BOWLAND 2017
    Saturday 21 October
    Newton-in-Bowland Village Hall

    The October meeting of the EMGS Craven & Ribble Area Group, with support from the Fylde Area Group of the Scalefour Society

    Confirmed Programme

    Timetable
    Doors Open 1030
    Set-up1030 – 1230
    Open1230
    Lunch1300
    Close1630

    Layouts
    The Mill      Chris Rogers
    Threescore Vale      Nigel Hopwood
    Ironing Board         Arnie Chadwick

    Demonstrators and Displays
    Alan Catlow          5.5mm scale Trams
    John SykesIngrow   Signal Box
    Jonathan Oldfield    Narrow Gauge Modelling
    L&Y DCC Group    Modelling with DCC
    Mike Norris      CAD etc.
    Chris Littleworth     Signalling
    Alex Dewar          Muirhaven

    Suggested Donation of £5 per head to cover lunch and hall hire.  Any surplus to being donated to charity as per 2016.

    Further details from Neville Pearson.
    Email preferred:
    Phone: 01200 446437.

    DIRECTIONS TO NEWTON IN BOWLAND - Sat Nav BB7 3DZ
    From Preston follow the A59 to Clitheroe/Skipton.
    At the second roundabout on the dual carriageway turn left to
    Clitheroe on A671.  (1st roundabout has a McDonalds next to it)
    Follow the road into Clitheroe.  At mini-roundabout bear right.
    Follow the road with Homebase on your left.  Straight on at next
    mini-roundabout.  You will pass Tesco on your left.
    At roundabout (BP garage on your right) go straight on.
    At next junction go straight on (pass Dentist to your left).
    At next junction turn right under railway bridge.
    Follow the B6478 through Waddington.
    Carry on the B6478 onto Waddington Fell - you will cross 2 cattle
    gridsand thence to Newton in Bowland.
    Over hump backed bridge bear left by pub.  At next junction
    bear left and then left again.  Village Hall is on your left after 50
    yards.
    Parking on the roadside past the Village Hall.

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