29th & 30th June 2024
Model Airshow Time!
Friday & Saturday Night!
Drones + Tiny Whoop Competition
Traders & Exhibitors
Models at the show
Bring & Buy Sale
Camp with us on this historic airfield for the 38th Wings & Wheels RC Model Spectacular. The campsite is situated on the airfield so you might be lucky and see some truly legendary aircraft. This really is a unique place to stay and enjoy a weekend of RC Model action.
We offer a large camping and caravanning area with both grass and hard standing. The site is within easy walking distance of the show itself.
Brentwood Brewery is an award-winning microbrewery in Essex run by a family with a passion for making and drinking the finest craft beer. A wide range of quality real ales in cask, keg and bottles will be available at Wings & Wheels.
Visitors to the show bar can expect a warm welcome and a choice of draught beers, Wine and
Brentwood Brewing Company is among just 2% of UK breweries to hold the quality accreditation SALSA plus Beer certification.
Cask: Brentwood Gold | Refreshing Golden Ale |Brentwood IPA | Easy drinking amber ale
Keg: Elephant School Pils | Traditional Pilsner-Style Lager
Bottles 500ml: Lumberjack | Full-bodied English bitter | Old Roly Cider | Medium Dry bursting with flavour
From the vine: Red/ White wine | Prosecco Spirits and mixers: Gin | Vodka | Whisky| Spiced Rum
The Longest Running RC Model Show in the UK takes place at the historic North Weald Airfield, Essex, UK
North Weald Airfield is a genuine WW1 airfield with many of its original buildings intact and it is at this wonderful venue that the Wings & Wheels Model Spectacular will hold the 38th event in 2024.
It’s hard to believe that one hundred years ago an airfield that was used by the Royal Flying Corps in 1916 provides the same venue for what is the longest-running model show in the UK. Those young WW1 pilots could never have imagined the changes that would take place in the world of aviation, let alone the fact that one day it would be possible to fly a model aeroplane at speeds they could only dream of and all controlled by a man on the ground holding a radio control transmitter!
Such is progress! And that progress is more than represented in the range of models on display, every era and type of model aircraft will be flown throughout the weekend from WW1 biplanes to the very latest fast jets. On the ground, there will be every variation of radio control vehicles including trucks, tanks and model boats being put through their paces.
Couple this with a row of model Traders offering something to satisfy the most ardent of modellers, along with a giant Bring and Buy, there is more than ample opportunity to pick up a bargain!
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