TWO disabled wargame enthusiasts are staging a massive model-making rally in aid of a Teesside charity.

David Clemmet and Thomas Davidson are hosting an exhibition, called Parade Ground 2000, at Stockton Sports Centre on Saturday.

It will include demonstrations and public participation wargames.

Members of re-enactment societies will also be performing and more than 30 retailers will be selling games.

All proceeds will go to the Teesside branch of Mobility, which aims to make life easier for disabled people in the area.

Mr Clemmet, a member of Mobility Teesside, said: "We have been producing exhibitions of this kind in Stockton for almost 20 years, but Parade Ground 2000 is our largest to date."

The exhibition costs 45p for adults and 15p for children.

Enthusiasts are invited to bring their own games for a bring-and-buy sale.