The Guildford Model Engineering Society is a friendly group of like-minded individuals that aims to encourage, develop, and provide facilities for the hobby of model engineering. New members are always welcome.

The Guildford Model Engineering Society was founded in 1954 with the objectives of “promoting fellowship between members, developing, encouraging and providing facilities for the hobby of model engineering including the construction and operation of models of all kinds including tools, apparatus and equipment to any scale”.

In 1958 the Society moved to Burchatts Farm, Stoke Park, Guildford, which has been leased from Guildford Borough Council ever since. On 1st April 1983 the Society became a “Private Company Limited by Guarantee”.

www.gmes.org.uk

Find us, we are situated at the eastern end of Stoke Park, near the rounderabout, at the junction of A25 Parkway and A3100 London Road. Access from London Road.

 

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Our regular public open afternoons are popular with families and entrance is free. Opening times 11am-3pm Sunday 3rd December Train rides are available on both our ground level and raised tracks.Tickets are £1.50 each or £5 for five. You can keep unused tickets for travel on a later date. Our outdoor “garden” railways will be running, as will our 00 gauge railway in the clubhouse. Light refreshments are available. The profits from the sale of railway tickets on our Charity Day are used to support a local charity. In recent years this has been Disability Challengers, who are our neighbours in Stoke Park. All our public events are held at our Stoke Park site. We don’t offer pre-booking; just turn up on the day. Refreshments. Free parking.

Our regular public open afternoons are popular with families and entrance is free. Opening times 2pm-5pm Train rides are available on both our ground level and raised tracks.Tickets are £1.50 each or £5 for five. You can keep unused tickets for travel on a later date. Our outdoor “garden” railways will be running, as will our OO gauge railway in the clubhouse. Light refreshments are available. The profits from the sale of railway tickets on our Charity Day are used to support a local charity. In recent years this has been Disability Challengers, who are our neighbours in Stoke Park. All our public events are held at our Stoke Park site. We don’t offer pre-booking; just turn up on the day. Refreshments. Free parking.