A New Miniatura Show for 2014!
16th November 2014
We are all really excited to be launching this new event for fans of Miniatura. It's a one-day event and we already have over 90 exhibitors booked in. The quality of the exhibits will be high, the venue is comfortable and the car parking is free.
How to get there - Situated a few miles South-West of Birmingham in an area called Solihull, Cranmore Park is just a few minutes from the M42. The venue address is Cranmore Park, Cranmore Avenue, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 4LF more directions can be found on their website http://www.cranmorepark.co.uk/contact-us/how-to-find-us
Who will be exhibiting? - Over 90 exhibitors will be there. The quality of the work on show will reflect that of our NEC shows. See them all now on our Exhibitor Gallery.
Times & Prices - The show opens at 10.30am till 4pm. Tickets cost £4.50 for Adults and £2.00 for Children. All tickets are available at the door and car parking is free.
To buy tickets in advance - Advance ticket sales system is now closed, tickets will be available on the door.
List of exhibitors - is now available with stand numbers.
Thank you to exhibitors and visitors who once again made Miniatura engaging, exciting and enthralling. We were, as always, impressed at the creativity and the attention to detail that the craftsmen achieve in their work.
It was great that all the visitors we spoke to had really enjoyed the show and some were already looking forward to the next one. There will be more on that soon but for the meantime here are some images from the last event to keep you going...
Chriserminiaturas from Spain, Jarrah Miniatures from Australia, Puppensteubchen from Germany and Emma Jane Miniatures from right here in the UK are all making their first appearances at Miniatura. We are sure you'll love their excellent miniatures.
There is also a special exhibition from amateur maker Doug Somerfield.
Now that summer is almost past and the equinox approaches, the countdown has started…. to Miniatura at the N.E.C. Birmingham on 20th & 21st September. There’s something exciting about early autumn which possibly evokes nostalgic childhood memories of the build-up towards all the fun events which have traditionally filled the darker days of winter. Warm fires to cosy up to and of course hobbies to pursue now that gardening is, for many, a summer only activity. Miniaturists from here in UK & overseas are beavering away to create more miniature magic for the visitors to the show, and from what we hear there are some amazing goodies in store.
More will follow in the next couple of weeks but we've just heard some tantalising news from Penny Thomson about the new centrepiece for her stand at the next show.