Soldiers to benefit from Aldwick war games

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WARGARMERS raised funds for real soldiers at their annual open day in Aldwick.

The occasion by the Bognor Regis Military Modelling and Wargaming Society saw £120 collected for Help for Heroes.

The ‘Make and Take’ element of the day proved popular, and increased the number of families attending, with one family travelling from Lewes with their grandchildren to take part with grandparents making models along with the younger generations.

Thirty Airfix spitfire kits were made by new modellers of all age groups at the event at the West Meads Community Hall on October 22.

Other attractions included displays of members work and works in progress, military memorabilia and for the first time the Bognor Regis Model Railway Club also attended with its starter track.