Venue (unless specified): Leverstock Green Community Centre, HP3 8QG
Time: 7.30pm Date: Usually fourth Tuesday of each month
Details of meetings or MAFVA membership from Chris Lloyd-Staples
Phone 01442 250381 or E-mail: lloydstaples@btopenworld.com Facebook: NHCMAFVA
Meetings 2019
Northern Home Counties

 

22nd January Small figure painting – Eric will demonstrate how to paint small-scale figures and hopefully our true-scale members will crew their tanks!

26th February Quiz night – bring along an extra brain…. Phill will be providing the questions. ALSO…… bring a model to talk about if time permits.

26th March Pete will demonstrate his technique with chalking and pastels, plus talk about painting his figures. Bring-and-Buy as an extra activity.

23rd April Normandy Museums – members who have been to our 'local' sites will give a talk about what is to see and which ones are best to visit.

21st May Model making! Bring a kit, plus your travelling toolkit, and spend the meeting quietly making something. See how much you can do!

18th June Eric will turn his attention to larger scales, and will show how to get success with bigger figures for crew, vignettes and dioramas.

23rd July Annabel will talk about the Maginot Line in general, and her visits to the forts in particular. Lots to learn about the amazing but failed defences.

27th August Sherman Identification – Tony and Neil will explore this immense and complex subject, and help us to make sense of the different types.

24th September Bridgelayers – Mark will talk about bridging tanks in general, and many British types in more detail. Interesting that other nations had so few…

22nd October Modern Russian armour – Rod will talk about a rapidly evolving subject where new and unfamiliar vehicles seem to appear regularly!

26th November The Royal Hungarian Army – Chris will talk about the Honvédség organisation, uniforms, softskins and armour, plus models available.

17th December Planning meeting: Ideas for the 2020 programme, plus a talk by Bob on the battle of Dien Bien Phu, in Vietnam, March to May, 1954

Dates for your diary: All-day model 'Deathbuild': Jan, July and November (tba)