Please come along and support the Club at the Christmas Club night. If you have been before you will know why it is the one night of the year not to miss out on. If you have not been before, the competition winners throughout the year will receive their certificates and an array of other trophies will be presented. This includes an award to our Pilot of the Year, our Unluckiest Pilot of the Year and the well deserved Brian Gordon Memorial Club Spirit Award. Our monthly raffle takes on a special Christmas Theme, and our Super Raffle Prize finds a worthy owner. Best of all enjoy the company of your fellow club members and enjoy a fine...
Membership Application Forms for 2019 have now been sent out to all members. Email is not infallible, and the Secretary sometimes presses an incorrect key, so please contact RIchard if you are a current member and have not yet got your form.
This year's Annual General Meeting will be held at the South Godstone Sports Club on Monday 15th October at 8pm. An agenda will be sent by email to all members, together with a copy of the 2017 minutes and some background information to an agenda item. It would be nice to see as many of you there as possible. We try to keep proceedings as brief as possible!. If you cannot make it please send your apologies, you will then receive a mention in the minutes!.
The latest rounds in the 2018 Club Championships were flown recently at the field. We were fortunate indeed to benefit from the expert eye of Bill Griffiths to judge the Aerobatic manoeuvres of 6 of our members. The winning flight was carried out by Ted who flew the intricate sequence with skill and care. Second came David followed closely in third place by Gavin. The result of the carrier deck landing competition was also finely balanced. It was won with a very skillful landing (as is his normal practice) by David. Three other members shared the second place, Shaun, Gavin and Ian.
In an article on BMFA.org the BMFA encourage members to respond to the public consultation to help the government decide to recognise the clear distinction between our hobby and operating multi-rotors as a business. Its an interesting read even if you don't respond to the survey.