Exhibitors travel from Scotland to attend the Museum's Model Show.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum's February Model Show has attracted quite a following. in addition to exhibitors travelling from London and the Home Counties, Cornwall and Wales, the event has also attracted two intrepid exhibitors from Scotalnd. David Jack and Dougie Salmon represent the Edinburgh Model Boat Club and travel from Edinburgh with their display of WW2 ships.
The Show attracts model makers of all persuasion - Over 110 traders and clubs will be exhibiting radio controlled and plastic aeroplanes, tanks, ships, figures and more.
The highlight of the Show will be a flying display by the British Model Flying Association whose model making and piloting skills are admired around the world. The flying line-up has yet to be confirmed but previous shows have seen a 20ft wingspan B52 bomber and jet powered model Concorde taking to the skies.
Whether your interest is in kits or 'scratch built' model aircraft the Museum's Model Show undoubtedly will have something for everyone.
There will be competitions for plastic modellers and generous prizes sponsored by Airfix, so bring along your best models and you could walk away with a prize.
Doors open at 10.00am. Normal Museum admission prices apply and there's no extra cost for attending the Model Show.
Model Show 2014 flyer