We have been sent a press release relating to an interesting project being run by the Friends of Langham Dome (see the web link below).
The Friends of Langham Dome are calling for entries to its aircraft model-making competition. Winners’ aircraft will take pride of place in the Dome’s stunning new exhibition space, opening later this year.
The Langham Dome project is steaming ahead. But we need some further help! And it’s not money. It’s skill. We need static 1/48 scale model aircraft of some of the types that flew from Langham to be part of our exhibition.
The first model we need is the Beaufighter – the doughty two-engined aircraft manufactured by Bristol that played a hugely successful role in anti-shipping operations. Also needed is the Barnes Wallis designed Wellington. And for those fascinated by slightly later technology, we’re also after the early jet-engined Vampire, manufactured by de Havilland.
Models of these aircraft will help visitors to the Dome appreciate the significant part they and their crews played during and after World War II.
Full details about the competition, including rules and specifications are available by emailing Kate Faire email@example.com or phoning 07789 636106. The competition deadline is 30th May 2014.
Winners in each category will have their credited model aircraft on permanent display in the Langham Dome.
Special Display by Children
This year at Scale ModelWorld in Telford on 8th and 9th of November Rolemodels will have display space for the first time. Any child or grandchild of an IPMS member can display their models at the show. For further information please contact Paul Findon – firstname.lastname@example.org