Guild Spring Show 2019 - Kettering|
Saturday, 2nd March 2019 10.00am to 4.00pm|
Kettering Leisure Village, Thurston Drive, Kettering, NN15 6PB|
£5 members, £10 Non-members. Both prices admit 1+partner+2 children|
Link to Advance Ticket sales or further information
Advance postal tickets are available from Alan Jones, see below|
The venue has level, ground floor access, and offers hot and cold refreshments and a comfortable bar/lounge. Breakfast butties will be available from 08:30.|
Rob Bishop - Resistance soldering
John Talbot - Post 1948 freight rolling stock
Brian Daniels - Diesels and DCC sound.
Brian Flanagan - Etched brass coach construction
Ruth Redgwick - Figure painting..|
Almost 90 traders and societies will be attending, including some new faces.
We have five layouts and the East Midlands Test Track, which is available for those wishing to test-run their purchases, or exercise their own locos.
This year's layouts:
Willowbrook Marsh; St.Davids; Warren Hill; Mosquito Falls; Harbourne St.Mary (making its show debut).|
From whichever direction you are travelling, aim for the A14, Junction 8. Exit J8 heading for Kettering, turn right at the first roundabout into Lake Avenue by the Trading Post pub, continue through the housing estate to the next roundabout and turn right again. The venue is at the bottom of the hill. Car parking is to the front and side of the building, with disabled parking to the front, near the main entrance. There is an overspill car park at a nearby school (directional signs in place), from where a free shuttle bus operates.|
KLV is situated close to the A14, and is a 15-20 minute walk from Kettering station. (East Midlands Trains, St.Pancras - Sheffield/Nottingham). Trains arrive at Kettering station every hall-hour in both directions. Unfortunately, no bus route passes both the station and KLV.
The venue is situated on the opposite side of the railway to the station exit. Keep turning left, passing under the bridge, and following the path along Thurston Drive. Just after passing the cricket pitch and bowling greens, take the footpath which diverges to the left. This is a convenient short-cut, and avoids the hill.|
Link to Kettering traders