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De Havilland Museum Model Show, Sunday 29th May 2022


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Hello, folks. 

 

A quick notice about a newly-established model show in Hertfordshire on Sunday 29th May, 2022. 

 

Please direct all enquiries to Levy250@hotmail.com 

 

The De Havilland Museum

Salisbury Hall

Shenley

London Colney

Hertfordshire

AL2 1BU

 

Opening:   10.00 am - 16:00 pm. 

 

Normal museum admission charges will apply:

 

Adult - £12.00

Concessions (OAP's, serving forces members with suitable ID, etc) - £10.90.

Child -  £6.50. 

Family Ticket - £31.50.   

Registered carers - Free (please bring proof of carer status). 

 

Parking is free. 

 

A burger-van will be supplying food and hot/cold drinks on the day. 

 

The museum is a "must see" attraction, particularly if you are a big fan of the legendary Mosquito (they have three complete examples, including the first prototype). 

 

Clubs:  Harrow and Barnet IPMS. London IPMS and several others.

 

Traders:   Models For Sale, Klassic Kits (Steve Foster), Affinity Models (Tim Cooper), Falcon Aviation, Robert Brookes Tools, Kits-And-Bits Models and several others. 

 

Please note: There is a Classic Cars (TR3) event happening on the same day, so it would be advisable to get to the Museum as early as you can. There is a large car-park available, but this will fill up quickly on the day.

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We got a flyer about this at the Milton Keynes Show (I was on the Bedford stand).  Have emailed to confirm we would like to attend and display, but not heard anything back.  Has anyone else had confirmation that they are booked in?

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Hi, Pagey.

 

It might be worth double-checking the e-mail address. You sent it to Levy250@hotmail.com? I know that Colin, the organizer, has some limited space left. 

 

Cheers. 

 

Chris.   

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19 hours ago, spruecutter96 said:

Hi, Pagey.

 

It might be worth double-checking the e-mail address. You sent it to Levy250@hotmail.com? I know that Colin, the organizer, has some limited space left. 

 

Cheers. 

 

Chris.   

Thanks Chris.  I received an email confirming our attendance from Colin Last night

 

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5 minutes ago, Cyberduck said:

Does anyone know if the site is inside or outside London's Low Emissions Zone and therefore subject to additional environmental charges?

It seems to be outside on the TFL website. 

 

The museum is well worth a visit in itself for anyone with even a passing interest in DH aircraft. It's well maintained and curated, cockpits are left open with viewing gantries and there are lots of enthusiastic volunteers actively involved in restoration.

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That is true. The De Havilland Museum is outside of both the Low-Emission Zone and Congestion Zone. Just to state the very obvious, if you're driving north through London to get to the museum, then standard London charges will apply. The M25 might be a better bet (but MUCH longer in terms of distance).

 

Cheers. 

 

Chris.  

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What a cracking show well done to all concerned especially Colin- well laid out lots to see in the Museum and the classic Vauxhall meet was a Brucie bonus with some superb machines- plus a very nice lady selling hot food (and biryani!) as well as discounted Museum entry. 
 

picked up the new KP Miles Hawk a few tools and bits and a couple of cheap Rug Rats Airspeed Couriers - excellent day out well done

 

TT

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