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N Gauge SouthEast – 2021 – abandoned I’m sorry to have to announce that we have decided to abandon the 2021 NGSE show, originally planned for April 2021. This is a long way ahead, and it was not a happy … Continue reading
What a different world we live in all of a sudden. I spent Sunday evening and Monday talking to people and closing down (1) The NGSE show, (2) East Surrey N Gauge Club, and (3) Our church. My phone was … Continue reading
Very sad, but with the deteriorating Corvid-19 situation, we have no choice but to cancel – even if it’s before the government decides to shut down any large gatherings. Hopefully, we’ll have another try next year….
All is on track for NGSE 2020. We’ve lost a trader, but replaced them with two others. We’ve obviously had a couple of questions about coronavirus. Obviously this needs monitoring carefully, but we’ll be going ahead unless the number of … Continue reading
NGSE 2020 is getting close! We had another visit to Reigate College this week to check out a few things, and show a couple of club members the site. I had invested in a laser measure, and was (a) impressed … Continue reading
It’s a long way ahead, but put 4 April 2020 in the diary…. Here are the exhibitors for the 2020 show – hopefully a final list if no-one has to drop out. Layouts Sean has put together a fine selection … Continue reading
All is on track for NGSE 2020. The flyer is about to go public…. And, hijacked from Facebook, here are a few of the layouts that Sean has booked for the day…. And more…. … Continue reading
Well, the dust has settled from NGSE. Bad news is that the show went well and that means that I won’t get sacked as ESNG exhibition manager. And I’ll have to start thinking about next year’s show. Perhaps the other … Continue reading
Feedback from the show has been very positive. Our aim was to keep the friendly atmosphere of the usual ESNG show, and that is a feature (most of the time) of N Gauge Forum. We achieved that, aided by our … Continue reading