Garden of England
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A brand new exciting Model Show in the Garden of England

Garden of England Model Fest Poster

Please note that we are returning to our traditional venue

Sat 29th & Sun 30th September

Angel Centre, Angel Lane, Tonbridge TN9 1SF

We are proud to present the second of our new Model Shows

The Show will be mainly Model Railways, but we will also have exhibits and stands from other modelling hobbies. There will be something for everyone!

Be inspired, get creative!

 Railways, model and miniature, large and small…
Radio controlled Tamiya trucks - real earth movers!
Plastic Kits and figures.
Bears & wooden toys
 Meccano ™
 Dolls Houses & miniatures including Showman’s Caravans, shops, and other displays
"Hands-on" displays

Including, of course, trade support.

A veritable cornucopia stretching from wooden toys through Mecanno to fine scale plastic and miniature engineering. A true "wunderland" of models.

Fun for all the family - kids of all ages from 1-101 (or older for that matter!)

ADMISSION: Adults £5 Children under 14 go FREE (if accompanied by a fee paying adult - otherwise £1) *

A great day out for all the family and one the children will love. If you are interested in modelling yourself or want to rekindle your childhood memories, you will find something amongst the many diverse types of modelling on display to admire.

We thank:-

Coolings Garden Centre

for their support

You can contact us at


Exhibitors and Traders

Exhibitors and Traders will be listed shortly:-



We are pleased to be supporting .............

Demelza - Hospice Care for Children

Demelza - Hospice Care for Children


About us

We are an experienced model show organising team who are expanding our horizons to hold a top quality model show in Kent which will provide something for everyone.


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* More about Admission

We are predominantly showcasing models, model-making, miniature engineering etc. The people who do this give of their time to share their skills with everyone but not only do they obviously not pay for tables or space - we also have to pay for their travelling costs and in some cases even hotel costs. Consequently an admission charge has to be made if we are to cover the cost of venue hire, let alone have a surplus to benefit Demelza. But, by today's standards the charge is pretty low and you would be hard pressed to find better value for money - especially if you bring your children or grandchildren!