We arrived to a very well organised display area thanks to monique from build and play(the legoshop). Setup took forever for Jason and Paul with Dax enjoying it very much. Gaulug filled 20 tables with the greatest models.
Riaan had a nice Octan petrol station with fuel price and all. He promised to update his fuel price every month. his vintage collection drew a lot of attention as well. Thank you Riaan for staying till after six to watch the displays.
Fanie had a very colourful city display. It drew a lot of interest from the public. He was packed most of the time. Thank you Fanie for staying with Riaan till late. He needed someone to hold his hand.
Hilton was responsible for making sure there was a fire department and hospital. Hilton also watched our displays most of Saturday while I was running around. Thank you for helping me pack my display away.
Tony was my favorite for the display. He had the smallest but most powerful displays for the day. Just a pity everybody does not appreciate miniscale like I do. He put together a brilliant mini train display. You have talent man.
Dax did a lot of effort with his trains of the past collection. He printed a label for every train with set number, name and year on it. The older people loved showing their kids what they played with. He also had his battle of hoth there. It is still a hit with the public.
Paul made a perfect minifig for Tony and Dax. Thanks to all 7 of our exhibiters. We all did a great job and deserve a pat on the back. We started of as creators and ended up friends.
Special thanks to Lego shop Cradlestone for the opportunity.