Shropshire Scale Modellers

6th April 2014 - The Shropshire Model Show

Another successful year at the best one day model show in the Midlands ( But we are a bit biased ).

With Forty Three traders, Ninety Six displays, amongst all the exhibits of the RAF Museum, the show has proved popular over many years.  Museum staff have calculated that in the region of 7000 people visited the show, making it one of the best attended shows around.

 

A worthy winner of the Ian Allison Memorial Trophy for Best in Show was Craig Spencer for his figures of a Tommy saying good bye to his Son entitled “ I’ll be home soon son”. 

Craig can be seen receiving his trophy from Gary Stephens our club secretary.

For details of the results of the competition Click Here.

19th March 2014

Tonight we held our spring competition, members brought their latest masterpiece to be judged by fellow club members.

The competition was won by Haris Ali, with a Junkers J1, second was Hugh Cooper with a Catalina, and third was Andrew Armstrong with a Vampire T11.

The Winning Junkers J1 By Haris Ali

Second place - Hugh's Catalina

Third Place - Andrew’s Vampire

25th June 2014 - Competition Night

Every year we hold a competition night in memory of our late club member Dave Morey, based on a subject he would have liked, this year the theme was the Junkers 87 Stuka.  The winner was Spencer Pollard, with a Ju 87G, with Trevor Parfitt scooping second and third with a pair of Ju 87B.

The Winner, by Spencer Pollard

Second and Third By Trevor Parfitt

17th Sept 2014 -  Competition Night

Time for our Quarterly competition night, open subject this time. 

The winner was Stewart Meikle with a Sahariana , Andy Luxton was Second with a Dominie, and Rob Tuckley was third with a Whirlwind.

First

Sahariana by Stewart Meikle

Second

Dominie by Andy Luxton

Third

Whirlwind by Rob Tuckley

Christmas Competition Night - 10th Dec. 2014

Christmas Party time, so amongst the tinsel and mince pies we held the final competition of the year on the theme of Italeri Kits.

First past the post was Brian Hill, with a Staghound,

closely followed by Cliff Bassett, with a JU-52 and Gary Stevens with a Hawk T1.

Gary, Brian & Cliff

Staghound

 by Brian Hill

Junkers 52 3m

 by Cliff Bassett

Hawk T1

By Gary Stevens

Text Box: The News - 2014