TMC announced as sponsor for The Festival of British Railway Modelling 2024

01 December 2023
Warners Shows and The Model Centre (TMC) are proud to announce a sponsorship partnership for The Festival of British Railway Modelling Exhibition this February.

Now in its 28th year, The Festival of British Railway Modelling, held at Doncaster Racecourse, is a well-established event in the exhibition calendar. Attended by almost 6,000 people, it’s a hugely popular weekend, which boasts some fantastic layouts and a great mix of trade, demonstrations and society stands.

This year is extra special, as TMC has come on board as a show sponsor. TMC has been a big supporter of BRM, World of Railways and Warners Shows for years, and this announcement continues that close relationship.

Steve Cole, Railways Publisher at Warners Group Publications, said, “We are delighted to have TMC as a sponsor for The Festival of British Railway Modelling. We have a great working relationship with TMC across all of our platforms – print, digital, and exhibitions – and know that the company is perfect for an even closer tie-in with the North’s Premier Model Railway Exhibition.”

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Alex Yates of The Model Centre added, “TMC has been going to the Festival of Railway Modelling consistently for as long as I can remember. As it’s the closest show we attend to our head office in North Yorkshire, and with some family roots in Doncaster, we consider it our local! We’re proud to be sponsors for 2024!”

Tickets are on sale now for the two-day event, costing £15 for an adult (£14 if pre-booked) and £7 for children (under 5s are free). Remember, PARKING IS FREE!

Visitors can expect 30 fantastic layouts in N, OO, EM, O, S P4, OO9, and more! To see the full list of attending layouts, book your ticket, plus more information about the show, head to our dedicated section here.

It’s a weekend not to be missed. If you haven’t done so already, stay up-to-date with all the latest about the event by signing up for our weekly newsletter here.


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