publicity display


Saturday 23rd April 2016

De Havilland Model Railway Club Exhibition Ludwick Way Methodist Church Ludwick Way Welwyn Garden City AL7 3PN (sales & publicity)
10.00-17.00. Admission Prices Adult £4 Child £ 2. Both floors now accessible by lift. Refreshments. Free on street parking

Saturday and Sunday 11th & 12th June 2016

We will be attending the Festival on Sunday only. The Parish Centre, Station Road, Bricket Wood, St Albans AL2 3PJ, Fete, food arena, Real Ale & Cider, childrens fun fair , Falconary display, terrier racing and dog show. Also ukelele band and Elvis tribute! Not to mention our publicity and sales stand.
Saturday & Sunday  24th&25th September 2016

St Albans and District Model Engineering Show, Townsend Church of England School, High Oaks, St Albans, AL3 6DR 10.00-17.00 Adults £4 Children £1 Refreshments, free parking, free train rides, stationary engines, boats, trucks, Meccano. Our Sales and Publicity stand.

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th January 2017

Chiltern MRA Model Railway Exhibition 2017 Stevenage Arts & Leisure Centre Lytton Way Stevenage SG1 1LZ 200yrs from Stevenage Railway and bus stations. Extensive car parking adjacent 10.00-17.30 Saturday, 10.00-16.30 Sunday. Refreshments. Admission Adult £8 (includes 2 children 5 to under 16 yrs free, additional children £4, children 4 and under free.) 30+ layouts, trade stands, demos and our publicity & sales stand PLEASE NOTE NEW VENUE FROM LAST YEAR NOW FULLY ACCESSIBLE

Saturday 6th May 2017

SW Herts Model Railway Society Exhibition Queens School Aldenham Road Bushey Watford WD23 2TY 10-16.30 Adults £6 Children £3 (up to 2 accompanied children under 15 with an adult free). Refreshments, free parking, disabled access. (Sales and Publicity).


Saturday 21st-Sunday 29th January2017

St Albans Central Library The Maltings St Albans AL1 3QJ  Open Mon,Weds,Thurs,Frid 10.00-18.00, Tues 10.00-19.00, Sat 10.00-17.00, Sun 12.00-16.00  PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATES

Saturday 4th-18th February 2017

3 Rivers Museum 46 High street Rickmansworth WD3 1HP Open Monday to Friday 14.00-18.00 Saturday 10.00-16.00


The LCGB started organising meetings in St Albans in 1963 and these have continued ever since. The St Albans Branch began its official existence in 1968.

A history of the first 40 years of local LCGB activity is available in CD-ROM form, viewable via any web browser.