Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Charity Model Makers Show to support Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance and LIVES

Returning in a larger venue, Sleaford & District Model Railway Club’s Charity Model Makers Show will take place on 18 November 2023, 10:00 – 16:00.

Featuring more displays/trade support than ever before, and offering ample free parking, the event will be held at St. George’s Academy, Sleaford Road, Ruskington, NG34 9BY, in aid of Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance and LIVES.

Although the Charity Model Makers Show is being run by a model railway club, the show features all styles and genres of model making. Alongside model railways will be dollshouse, fairground, scalextric, plastic kit built, scratch built, lego, matchstick and various radio controlled models including tanks, boats and cars.

Admission is £5 for adults, while under 16s can enter the event, sponsored by B&H Models, Digitrains, Bridgman Brows, and Elaine’s Trains, for free (when accompanied by an adult).

Attend the Charity Model Makers Show to see a wealth of displays, and support Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance (LNAA) and LIVES.

LNAA is one of the UK’s leading Helicopter Emergency Service (HEMS) charities, bringing the equivalent of a hospital emergency department to patients at the scene, giving those with the most severe injuries and medical conditions the very best chance of survival when minutes matter.

LNAA crews are on call 24 hours of the day, 365 days of the year. The highly skilled doctors, paramedics and pilots help people across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, involved in life-threatening incidents every single day. LNAA receives no regular direct funding from the Government. It is thanks to the generosity and good will of supporters that they can provide such a critical care service.

LIVES is a vital Lincolnshire charity who attend 999 medical emergencies across the county, 365 days a year. Whether they are providing rapid first response support on their doorstep, or highly specialised medical interventions to the most seriously ill patients, they all volunteer their time for free to save lives and be there when someone is having their worst day.

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