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Clubs and Societies Directory - CAMBRIDGESHIRE

LOCAL RAILWAY CLUBS IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE - Societies based in a particular locale often with regular meetings and get togethers.
31a (Cambridge) Model Railway Club Contact Club by mail
Contact Details: Hon. Secretary,  Mr N Chapman
Meeting Venue: Oddfellows Hall,  131 Newmarket Road,  Cambridge  CB5 8HA
Meeting Day: Second and fourth Wednesdays, each month    Meeting Times: 7pm to 10pm
The Club builds and exhibits Model Railways in a number of gauges, with the aim of promoting the hobby in the area and encouraging all ages into the hobby
Details last updated 12th November 2017
Ely & District Model Railway Club Contact Club by mail
Contact Details: Hon. Secretary,  David ABBOTT Tel: 01353 721280
Meeting Venue: Private Premises,  Please Contact Hon. Sec. For Location,  Soham 
Meeting Day: Tuesdays/Thursdays   Meeting Times: 7.30pm -9am
We are a group of individuals (30 plus) who have a common interest in railways, (Some common and mainstream, some a little more exotic and offbeat) who have joined together into an informal club to help build and create models of railway subjects.
Details last updated 18th January 2019
March & District Model Railway Club Contact Club by mail
Contact Details: Secretary,  Mike Wyldbore Tel: 01733 204997
Meeting Venue: The Rookswood Club,  27 West End,  March  PE15 8DP
Meeting Day: Wednesdays   Meeting Times: From 7.30pm
We are a friendly club with a wide variety of interests. Current projects include layouts in all the main scales and also narrow gauge. We welcome people with all skills and abilities and we appreciate that everyone has something to offer and everyone has something new to learn.
Details last updated 8th May 2017
Peterborough (Viscount) Model Railway Club Contact Club by mail
Contact Details: Secretary,  Mr M. Fixter Tel: 01733 564705
Meeting Venue: Millfield 3 Community Centre,  Lincoln Road,  Peterborough 
Meeting Day: Wednesday   Meeting Times: 19.00 - 22.00
A small group of OO modellers with interests in the big four as well as BR and NG. We meet in the Millfield no:3 Community Centre, Lincoln Road, Peterborough, on Wednesday nights, from 19.00 hrs until 22.00hrs.
Details last updated 10th August 2018
Peterborough and District 16mm Group Contact Club by mail
Contact Details: Secretary,  Roy Holt
Meeting Venue: Millfield Community Centre,  York Road,  Peterborough 
Meeting Day: Usually 2 Saturday in the month   Meeting Times: 10 am - 2 PM
We are a group of enthusiasts affiliated to the 16mm Society, who run live steam and battery powered, radio controlled and free range, stock, on both 32mm and 45mm track, on our portable layout.
More details can be found on the group website on the 16mm society national site.
Details last updated 24th May 2018
St Neots Model Railway Club FaceBook link Contact Club by mail
Contact Details: Exhibition Manager,  Jackie Kneeshaw Tel: 07810 861362
Meeting Venue: Buckden Millennium Centre Community Centre,  Burberry Road,  Buckden  PE19 5UY
Meeting Day: Wednesday evenings   Meeting Times: 7.00pm - 10.00pm
A very active Club for all ages and we have several female members. Children from the age of 11 can join with a parent or guardian We have layouts from N to O gauge and a multi-gauge test track which goes up every fortnight. We have two modelling days per year to enable all day projects to progress and we organise several social / club outings a year We also organise the East Anglian Model Railway Exhibition each year which is one of the biggest in the East. See our website for more detail
Details last updated 2nd October 2018
Wisbech Model Railway Club Contact Club by mail
Contact Details: Chairman,  Brian Baylis Tel: 01366 380224
Meeting Venue: Room 1, the Wisbech Institute,  15, Hill Street,  Wisbech  PE13 1BA
Meeting Day: Mondays and Thursdays respectively   Meeting Times: 6.30.P.M. and 7.00.P.M
Meeting and operating an 'OO' gauge layout, plus building a new 'N' Gauge for future Exhibitions. New members welcome.
Details last updated 9th July 2018

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