Club Committee - Shoeburyness Model Railway Club

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Treasurer - Trevor Grout

Trevor Grout
Exhibition Manager
Website Administrator

Hi, I'm Trevor, I have been a member of the club now for over 25 years, and used to be the club treasurer, a job I have done for the past 12 years, I am only too pleased to have passed this over to Bill with whom I am quietly confident that he will make a complete hash of success of the task.
So, I have been elected to serve as the chairman of the club, Taking over from Roy Ginn, whom has decided that he wished to take things easier from now on, I on behalf of the club would like to wish him a enjoyable retirement from the duties of chairman and exhibition manager. but dont rest to long, we have plans !

So my focus as chairman, is firstly to increase the our membership, a task that seems very hard at a time where our hobby is in decline so the doom and gloom merchants would have us believe.
I will also be pushing forward with restarting our annual exhibition, firstly starting out with a number of smaller events to ease us all back into the swing of things and to shake out the cobwebs. Before staging a bigger show as we used to do. Slow and steady wins the race! 


Vice Chairman - Graham Aldridge

Graham Aldridge

I am Graham, I own the largest layout within the club (Wykeford
), I am interested in both DC / DCC operation and my layout is currently undergoing a full refurbishment to enable it to fully operate on DCC with an extension thrown in for good measure as well.


Committee Member - Liam Rand

Liam Rand
Club Secretary

Committee Member - Bill Adlington

Bill Adlington

Hello I’m Bill, The new treasurer, keeper of the coin, paymaster general.

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Reece Comer
Committee Member

Robin Savill
Committee Member

Chris Webster
Committee Member

Roy Fryer
Committee Member

Hello I am Roy,
I have been a member of the club for nearly 40 years. I model oo gauge DCC & Analog, LNER through to BR green era. I also model London & Blackpool trams.

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