St. Neots Model Railway Club


East Anglian Model Railway Exhibition 2019
New location and new dates, click here for more information

Here is a bit more information about what to expect at our new venue in Kettering:

Entry is via the entrance near the Lighthouse Theatre  and this leads into an area where ticket desks will be set up awaiting your arrival.

Visitors will be able to buy their tickets and go straight through to the foyer and Lakeside seating area. Toilets will also be accessible.

There will be a buffet station in the foyer serving bacon rolls etc.. Society stands are in the foyer and coffee and tea can be purchased from the bar in the Lakeside seating area where you can sit back and read your show guide.

At 09.45am advanced ticket holders will be allowed into the exhibition area. The show then opens to all other visitors at 10.00am. (Advance ticket holders will have different colour tickets so it will be clear who gets in first.)  Buy your advance tickets now from here or the link below.

The same buffet station in the foyer will be where you can grab a bite of lunch and the Lakeside seating area is open all day with a bar during licensed hours.

 'Kids Zone' is right next door. There is plenty to do in the area so why not plan a family weekend

The courtesy vintage bus runs between the Exhibition and Kettering Railway Station

Why not make a weekend of it and enjoy the exhibition but also visit some of the many great attractions in the area? Here are just a few places to whet your appetite:

Rockingham Castle
Wicksteed Park
Stanwick Lakes
Boughton House
Althorp House & Estate
Coton Manor Garden
Delapre Abbey
Deene Park
Kirby Hall
Sulgrave Manor
Castle Ashby Gardens
78 Derngate (Bassett-Lowke's home designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh)
Lamport Hall
Northampton & Lamport Railway
Rushden Lakes combines shopping and walks beside the lake

For more information and lots more examples of why this area is great to visit, go to: