2017 saw us host our second two-day exhibition at the Abbey School Faversham.
With 18 layouts, 13 trade stands and 3 societies present plus sit on train rides for our younger visitors it was hailed by all those present and by a vast majority of the attending public as a great success. From the many positive comments we have received they all said the venue and exhibits make Faversham one of Kent's top exhibitions to visit.
Our thanks goes to all the club members who offered up their weekend to help us put on a show well worth remembering and to all those members of the public who came along to view our displays.
A selection of comments received by email so far:-
MF. Thank you so much for inviting us to a great weekend - what a fantastic club you have, really great friendly people. You made us more welcome than any other exhibition we have shown at and thank you especially for your help at then end of today.
DB. I really enjoyed the days. I overheard lots of positive feedback from both exhibitors and traders. One went so far as to say that our show was a contender to take over as the premier exhibition in Kent. I was very impressed with the quality of the layouts on view. As I like continental and engine shed layouts, my personal favourites were Knudelstein and Brankstone, although I found the crew working the Elham valley layout very approachable and happy to chat.
RM. Just a quick email to say, each year your shows get better. This year it was very good, some great layouts and exhibitors.
GH. Hi really enjoyed show and thank you to all.
YC.The reason I am emailing you is to say thank you for a lovely weekend we did not know what to expect but wow from the evening we set up I could not believe the group members all there to help nothing was to much trouble even down to lunch they were there to run our layouts and there has to be some trust to leave our own layouts with someone else to run the hospitality and politeness was exceptional by far the best so professional could you say a thank you to everyone for making