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The Model Boat Convention
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Dave M
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25th August 2018 - 25th August 2018

Haydock Park Racecourse
Newton-le-Willows, WA12 OHQ
Theme: Ships of the First World War

Hundreds of models on display under cover with Specialist Trade Stands Model Boat and Model Boat material and equipment traders.

Children's activities, including 'have a go' and outside activities
Clubs and Individuals Exhibiting

£8 for Adults £3 for children 5 - 16
Children under 5: Free of Charge

Reasonably priced Refreshments and snacks available on site
Free Parking Disabled Facilities
Saturday 10.a.m., to 5.p.m. Sunday 10.a.m., to 4.30.p.m.

For further details contact Mrs Jean Barlow, by phone 01492 583433, Mobile 07789 348817
or e-mail jean@barlowstalyfan.co.uk
Website: www.modelboatconvention.co.uk


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Dave