On behalf of the Membership of QMS, Purser Jeremy Gander (right) is shown presenting Peter Sly with the award. Peter has been an integral part of the Club for many years, and we have come to rely on Peter's expertise and knowledge to help us research, or solve our modelling problems. We will miss him as he moves on to the next adventure in his life.
Yes, even in mid-Winter we have the intermittent throb of machinery, the clash of clamps and the groaning of woods forced to curvatures beyond their normal bent. There's the smell of glues, of paints and plastics, and the unforgettable smell of wood shavings, saw dust and sanding! There are those amongst us who may yield to some further passion for whom we grant dispensation; anything model-wise (well almost) should be considered an appropriate activity under the duress of