(Incidentally, if you're planning on getting married then you could do a lot worse than hire Stoke Hall as a venue. If you're now wondering, "Where the hell did that comment come from?!" - Stoke Hall is Bryan's home and its where these cabinets are on display, which wedding guests are able to view.)
A couple of shots, mainly of beastmen, to start with. Not all of the figures on display here are Citadel but most are:
Above: Kaleb Daark is lurking on the left of the pic and a Runequest manticore is of the right scale to fit in nicely with the other beastmen. To the right of the manticore is a chaos demon from the "C22 Creatures" range; a smashing figure, very Nurgle-esque. To the rear you can see a lovely little banner - great colour scheme and suitably demonic looking.
Above: interesting figure in blue on the front row - not sure of the manufacturer. To the extreme left you can see a conversion - according to the 1990 Fantasy Miniatures book it is by Ivan Bartleet. Apologies for it being out-of-focus. I thought I had a clearer pic somewhere but I can't find it.
On to some seriously well-painted units:
Above: isn't that just one of the best Nurgle banners you've ever seen? And take a close look at those shields...
Above: some more Nurgle, this time Father Nurgle with a band of little nurglings. Awww, cute...
Finally here are some ogres, an unreleased Bob Olley Beast of Nurgle painted by Mike McVey (nestled between some Juggernauts and Bloodletters), and a random undead horde (included because of another great banner):
Hope you enjoyed those.