18th & 19th March 2017
Dates: Sat 18 March 2017 09:30 - 17:30
Sun 19 March 2017 10:00 - 17:00
Venue: Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Wigman Road, Nottingham NG8 4PB
The Charnwood Line
West Allen Street
Zlata Vychod due to appear at our 2017 exhibition
Air Framed Cases
Coopercraft & Mailcoach
Gee Dee Models & Hobbies
To be confirmed, please keep checking.
Due to the limited parking, this year we will be running a free vintage bus service from Phoenix Park, park and ride site located roughly 10 minutes away from the sports village. A timetable for this service will be published soon.
The postcode for the park and ride site is NG8 6AS
The nearest Railway Station is Nottingham, (formerly Nottingham Midland) and well serviced by local bus & tram services.
From Nottingham Station, take NCT Green Line service 6 towards Nottingham, alighting at Victoria Centre (Stop W4) (roughly 5 minutes). Then walk towards bus stop J6 which is found near the Halifax bank and opposite Ladbrokes on Milton Street. Catch pink line service 28 towards Bilborough alighting at Greylands Road (B105) (approx 20 mins ride) from here and Harvey Hadden entrances is almost opposite.
The Harvey Hadden Sports Complex, is only about ten minutes from the M1 (Jut 26), via A6002 and B6004 and less than five minutes from the Nottingham Ring Road (Western Boulevard A6514)
The entrance is found on Wigman Road, sat nav postcode NG8 4PB
There is limited car parking at Harvey Hadden Sports Village, as we have to share with the general public doing sports, so if you can use public transport then we do advice it or use the free vintage bus service from Phoenix Park, Park and Ride.
Members of supporting society (RCTS, HMRS, 2mm Association, EMGS, Scalefour Society £7.00
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £17.00