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Club Chairman Richard Clarke.
I've been a member of Salisbury IPMS for about 3 years but really started kit building when 17 years old. I began modelling armour but now find figures and rusty autos to be my main interest. The Revell 540k Mercedes is my favourite model so far.
I've been a member of Salisbury IPMS for 15 years joining with Peter. I am hugely interested in US Naval aviation from the 1950s onwards however my first model at 9 was the classic blue plastic Airfix Spitfire in a poly bag. My favourite model is the 1/48 Skywarrior that I invested a lot of time and scratch building in.
I've been a member of Salisbury IPMS for 4 years. I find all subjects interesting but especially enjoy 1/48 British post war jets. My first model as a boy was an Airfix Golden Hind ship and staying with ships my favourite build so far was Tamiya's 1/350 Enterprise as it took so much time to complete. I really enjoy the club and seeing the varied models members are building, it is great for encouragement.
Dec 'Sibo' Sibley.
Becoming a member of IPMS Salisbury really increased my build rate as the themes and various challenges help keep me focused and seeing the work of others is a great stimulus. I enjoy armour modelling and building dioramas but also produce a lot of Sci-fi models too. I like mixing models with photography to get realistic pictures.
My main interest is Fleet Air Arm Aircraft though I have been building since I was seven starting out on Matchbox kits as a boy in London. I now live in the Chalk Valley and combine modelling with a role in the Air Cadets.
I've been a member for about 8 years, starting out with an interest in modern armour but really specializing in Anti Aircraft vehicles many of which are resin kits. That said if something takes my interest i'll build it and Tamiya's Mogami warship is one of my favorite builds.
I have been a Long time member of IPMS Salisbury and was the club Chairman for a number of years. I enjoy the mix of members and seeing what they produce. My main interest is modern armour especially vehicles of the IDF.
I joined IPMS Salisbury only recently after learning about it from the local model shop. I am a keen AFV builder but have found club membership has spurred me on to do more challenging builds with a diorama my next project.
I have been a Long serving member of IPMS Salisbury and hold the position of Club Treasurer. I mostly make aircraft, though my output is slower than I'd like.
I joined the club after meeting Bill Allan, I had been a lone modeller until then but now enjoy the friendly club. We have competitions ( my Arado E555 for the Revell build in 2016 is my current favourite) but the members are not competitive or elitist which I really like. It's well worth the 45 min drive I take from Somerset.
My modelling interests span Japanese aviation, Luftwaffe and 1/35 Armour up to 50's. My first kit was an Aurora B47, but Tamiya's 1/48 Japanese Seiran is my favourite built model so far. In 2016 I shall be moving away from Salisbury after 17 years as Secretary but look forward to continued modelling in Norfolk.
CLUB THEME NIGHTS 2017
To encourage a change of build direction IPMS Salisbury has a number of theme nights planned for 2017
March 7th – Disasters
April 4th – Trainers
May 2nd – Rotary
June 6th – Steam
July 4th – Peace keeping
August 1st – Never seen before (this must be a new build that has not been shown to club members before tonight)
September 5th – Silver Screen
October 3rd – Artillery
December 19th – Wacky Racers III.
If you have something already built that fits the theme bring it along or pick a subject or two and build something new especially for the night.
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CLUB TROPHY SHIELD.
Each Year IPMS SALISBURY hosts it's own in house Model Contest in memory of past members.
2007 Brian Rose
2008 Roger Doswell
2009 Pete Smith
2010 Brian Stoddart
2011 Bill Allen
2012 Tony Cooke
2013 Richard Clarke
2014 Mick Myers
2015 Brian Rose
2016 Tony Horton
2017 Nick Williamson
Tues 5th: Theme night 'Silver screen', bring along a model that has a link to the cinema or television. Be prepared to explain the link!
Tues 19th: Club night
Sat 30th IPMS Abingdon model show.
Tues 3rd: Theme night 'Artillery'.
Sat 7th: Bovington Tank Museum Model expo.
Tues 17th: Club night
Tues 7th: Club AGM. Maximum attendance requested.
11/12th (Sat and Sunday) Scale model world at Telford.
Sun 19th: AAC Museum Model expo.
Tue 21st: Club night.
Tues 5th: Slide Show by Brian Rose. IDF Armour.
Tues 19th: Theme Night ' Wacky Racers'
Battery, Friction or clockwork powered model racing.
Enter a wheeled or tracked model to race as well as being judged on best looking model.
Christmas festivities on the night, mulled wine, yule log and mince pies. Bottles of wine for Race winners.
Last club night of 2017 - next date 2nd January 2018.