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If you are interested in our club:

- You can email us at

- You can drop by to meet us at St Mary's Church Hall, Wisbech road, Westry, March. PE15 0GB. There is adequate parking behind the hall. We are there most Wednesday evenings 7-10pm. We welcome visitors and potential new members.

Frequently asked questions:

- Do I have to make an appointment to visit the club?
No, just drop by any time we are there. Best check with us beforehand in case of any rare change in schedule.

- Do I have to be a Club Member to visit?

No, we welcome anyone to drop by! 

- What if I want to consider joining the club?

You can attend our club nights for free up to three times, then apply to join us if you like what you see. The members then vote whether they have any problem with the application.

- Is there any age or gender restriction?

Minimum eighteen years of age and no gender restrictions.

- What does it cost to join the club?

Membership is currently (2023/4) £75 per annum, often paid 6 monthly at £37.50. This helps cover the cost of amenities (see below). The annual membership fee will be discussed at Club AGM usually during April.

- Do I need to provide anything?

The hall is on the ground floor with tables and chairs, a disabled toilet, electricity, heating and kitchen facilities with free tea or coffee and biscuits on club night. Remember to bring your own mug!! Members are all unpaid volunteers who provide materials for their own modelling but the club has a budget for items used on the club's layouts and projects.

- Do I have to know all about trains to be a member?

Not at all! We are a mixed bag of like minded people with a wide range of different abilities and skills. Some of our members have worked for British Rail or have knowledge about steam, diesel, electric locos or trains in general, while others know almost nothing about trains but enjoy model making and learning first hand from others how to build a layout.

- Do I have to have a layout of my own?

Not at all. Members mostly work on layouts, rolling stock, buildings or scenery. Whether it's their own, belonging to the club or other members.


- Are there layouts in the club to work on or use?

Since we currently meet in St Mary's Church Hall which is used for many other events, we cannot leave any layouts set up. Layout being worked on are often brought in on the night by those who are looking after them at the time. Therefore, the layouts present will vary depending on who attends and which layouts need working on. We do have limited storage facilities which enable a few layouts to be available at most meetings.


- Anything else?

Yes, the club members have constructed a multi-gauge test track comprising a large circular loop of four tracks; 'O', 2x '00' and 'N' gauge. All tracks work with either DC or DCC (no problem if you do not understand these terms, you will learn if you join us.) This will enable everyone to have an opportunity to test their own locomotives or rolling stock. Running sessions are currently arranged on the last Wednesday of the month.


- Any other questions?

Please feel free to email

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