Collectors Clubs

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South Hants Model Auto Club

Contact details: Chairman Trevor Slade, email: trevor.slade49 @

Editor Chris Derbyshire email: @

The South Hants Model Auto Club meets on the second Monday of each month at The Empress of Blandings pub, Romsey Road, Copythorne, Hampshire, SO40 2PF.

Coventry Diecast Model Club

Contact address: CDMC c/o Midland Air Museum, Coventry Airport, Rowley Road, Baginton, Coventry CV8 3AZ.

About Coventry Diecast Model Club :-

Established in 1975, a warm welcome will await you and help you ‘fit in’ and feel part of the Club hence our motto ‘The Friendly One’. Members collect a wide range of toys and models, any scale or material. Buses, fire vehicles, military – theme items, like ‘Coventry related’, etc. They can be mint, boxed, unboxed, scruffy or played with. It doesn’t matter as long as there is enjoyment in collecting them and our members enjoy seeing each others models.

An important part of the Club structure is the production of a quarterly WHEELSPIN magazine, BY members FOR members also available as a pdf file if preferred.

Meetings are usually ‘themed’ and occasionally there are ‘guest speakers’ on specialist topics.

For further details email – williamroe2016 @

Ulster Model Diecast Toy Club

The Club was founded over 40 years ago and meets Monthly from September to June in Cregagh Road Community Centre Belfast at 8pm on the first Wednesday of each month. At present the Club holds two Toy Fairs, one in May and one in November.

The Club is open to all who collect models and the members we have at present collect buses, military models and cars, but if you collect diecast planes or boats you will be made very welcome. We have a Facebook page which is Ulster Model Diecast Toy Club

For further details send an email to: irwin6895 @

Natal Diecast Model Club

Contact address: 11 Knoll Road Westville 3629 KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Email: info @ Website:

The Canadian Toy Collectors Society

CTCS Mailing Address: 91 Rylander Blvd, Unit 7 Suite 245, Scarborough, ON, Canada M1B 5M5. CTCS Website:

CTCS may also be contacted using ctcsweb @

The CTCS meets monthly in the Burnhamthorpe Collegiate, 500 The East Mall, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada.

Wessex Model and Toy Collectors

WMTC meets on the first Tuesday of the month at the Kings Arms Hotel, Market Place , Melksham SN12 6EX.

For full membership details please email wmtc25 @ or contact the membership secretary on 01225 755043.

Wessex Smalltalk is the regular club newsletter, and the editor can be contacted on barrylloyd @

Membership includes free standard entry to Steven Clements Toyfairs, and Bulldog Fairs.

Brooklin Collectors Club

Contact address: John Bowyer, 57 Gloucester Road, Bagshot, Surrey GU19 5LT. or by eMail to johnbowyer.bcc @

Membership includes the Brooklin Collector magazine, edited by Al Stack in Wisconsin. email: riorita @

Netherlandse Algemene Miniatur Auto Club (NAMAC)

This club meets in several regions of the Netherlands, produces an extremely professional magazine, holds important shows, and holds an influential annual awards competition.

Their website is and they cane be reached by email: ledenadm @

Maidenhead Static Model Club (MSMC)

MSMC is Britain’s oldest and widest-based model
collectors club founded in 1969.

It meets monthly at Windsor Football Club and organises the Windsor International Toy & Train Collectors Fair which has its own website at

Club nights often feature guest speakers and competitions.

Dinky Toys Collectors’ Association (DTCA)

Formed in 2003 this association has over 300 members. Members receive a quarterly magazine called The Journal. Members mainly interact through the DTCA Online Forum which members may post on. An Annual General Meeting is held each year and the next one is 16th June 2018 at the Hallmark Hotel Derby.

The club website can be found at  here you can find full details about joining the club, a way to contact all the clubs officers. and of course the active forum.

Bayko Collectors’ Club (BCC)

Formed in 1998 this club has nearly one hundred members. It has a quarterly newsletter called Bayko News and a website at Although the club is mainly focused on Bayko other architectural buildings systems like Triang Arkitex are also collected by members and covered in their newsletter.

The club website provides a focus for members, listing meetings and information. The club’s meetings are held at Lane End near High Wycombe once a quarter with meeting details available on the web site. They also attend the Acton open weekend in March and Meccanuity in Telford in May.

If you are interested in joining then full contact details and an application form are available on the clubs web site.

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