By Webteam - 16th May 2019 6:06am
Wrenbury & District Model Railway club Press Release May 2019
Wrenbury & District model railway club are holding their 6th Open Doors event on Friday the 5th of July 7pm to 9.30 and Saturday the 6th 9.30am to 4pm.
This free event will feature their new 0 Gauge project 'Wrenmere' which has its first outing since construction started in May 2018. Alongside the layout will be details of the 0 Gauge Guild, its activities and membership benefits.
Additionally the club has 2 N gauge layouts under construction and a 00 layout recently extended using the NMRA BR modular standard. There will also be visiting N, 009 and 00 layouts plus examples of G scale and Gauge 1 locos. Railway DVDs, books and rolling stock are on sale plus a limited number of free magazines.
The event is held in the Wrenbury Village Hall, Cholmondeley Road, Wrenbury CW5 8HG where there is a small car park and wheelchair access.
Light refreshments are available, with a local pub the Cotton Arms a short distance away, offering a special lunch menu to visitors. Overnight camping is also available at the Cotton. To book lunch or camping ring 01270 780377 mentioning this event.
The day after this event Sunday the 7th of July they will take a demonstration 00 layout to the first Wrenbury Festival of Transport being held on the Cotton Arms camping field, previously held for the last 9 years at the Elephant in Shavington.
For further details of the club and progress on their layouts go to here
Visitors are always welcome to attend their Wednesday evenings meetings.
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