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 Club Name Category Town County
Nene Valley AeromodellersModel AircraftOlneyBuckinghamshire
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Nene Valley AeromodellersModel AircraftNorthamptonNorthhamptonshire
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Hamilton Racio Modelling ClubModel AircraftLarkhallLanarkshire
The Hamilton Radio Modelling Club has been around since 1991, originally founded by a group of helicopter enthusiasts meeting on any available open space. The club has moved on quite a way from that time and are now one of the larger model flying clubs in Scotland, predominantly flying fixed wing aircraft. Our purpose built flying field boasts a 100 metre grass runway for fixed wing and separate area for he...

Bury Metro Model Flying ClubModel AircraftLancashire
BMMFC Has TWO flying sites that are very close to each other. One for Fixed Wing and one For Helicopters. Both sites are open for flying 364 Days A Year! Sorry, No Flying On Christmas Day. BMMFC Has an ONSITE Secure Clubhouse, at the Fixed Wing Field with Cooking Facilities, BBQ and Water. There is also plenty of room in the Clubhouse for storage of your bits and bobs for short periods. Night Flying is al...

Aldershot Model ClubModel AircraftFleetHampshire
AMC fly model aircraft in North Hampshire All types of model aircraft including * radio control fixed wing * helicopters * free flight and control line * Two main flying venues * Outdoor power * Outdoor gliders & electric plus an occasional indoor venue *We hold regular fun competitions *We welcome new members of all ages...

Basingstoke Model Aero ClubModel AircraftTadleyHampshire
After much deliberation, the committee have decided to suggest a specification for a suitable model for learning to fly. Please be aware that this recommendation comes from many years experience in teaching people to fly, and is specifically designed to get you flying as quickly and easily as possible. the model suggested may not be the prettiest, or the cheapest, but it will save you money and time in t...

Brighouse Model Aircraft ClubModel AircraftCleckheatonYorkshire
We welcome non-members to watch the flying or just to talk about the hobby. Visiting B.M.F.A Members are welcome to fly with us, but please only when a Brighouse member is present and with the members approval. The site is open 7 days a week and although members may be present on any given day, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and Sundays appear to be the most popular. Dry, warm days with light winds are ...

Chingford Model Flying ClubModel AircraftLoughtonLancashire
Our club is recognized as one of the oldest established model flying clubs in England. We currently have two flying sites, the home site on Chingford Plains and a private site at Stapleford Tawney. CMFC promotes the flying of all types of model aircraft (Subject to size restrictions). Free training is available which, for beginners, is conducted on a buddy lead. This provides dual controls for instruc...

North Berks Radio Model Aircraft SocietyModel AircraftReadingBerkshire
We are a club of about 120 members with a following of model flyers of all disciplines. We have jet turbine pilots, aerobatic pilots and scale model pilots. We have members who prefer electric flight but can sometimes be found flying an IC power model. Gliders feature on occasions when we have a 'silent flight day'. A good few of our members can also be found on the local slopes. Club nights are he...

Milton Keynes Model Aircraft AssociationModel AircraftMilton Northhamptonshire
Milton Keynes Model Aircraft Association's rules: * The club is affiliated to the BMFA and therefore all BMFA rules apply. It also tries to operate with a minimum of additional rules and relies on the common sense of its members. The document on the link below details the full rules of the MKMAA. Over the last year it has been necessary to tighten up on some of the rules as modern society seems to move t...

Cambridge Model Aircraft Club Model AircraftFulbourn Cambridgeshire
The Club flying site is on the Waterbeach Airfield, which is attached to Waterbeach Barracks and is the home to the Army's 39 Engineer Regiment (Royal Engineers). The Club currently have use of the flying site on Saturdays and Sundays. The flying site consists of one end of a full size runway with grassed area to one side of the runway. A large hard standing to the other side accommodates the pits area a...

Polesworth Radio Control Model Aero ClubModel AircraftTamworth Staffordshire
We are a very friendly bunch of over 40 members who fly a mix of fixed wing aircraft, gliders and helicopters from our local site. We fly IC and Electric - Vintage, Sport, Gliders, there’s even a rumour of a DB Sport & Scale Twin Autogyro making an appearance in 2011! We’re based in North Warwickshire near to the M42 J10....

Marston Green Model Engineers ClubModel AircraftMarston GreenWest Midlands
Model engineering club est 1940s good all round knowledge past+present great bunch of guys we fly model aircraft mainly club night every tuesday come and join us...

Eddystone Model Flying ClubModel AircraftPlymouthDevon
EMFC provides free one-to-one flight training up to BMFA 'A' certificate standard for those new to the hobby. Flying times are 9 a.m to sunset every day of the year (weather permitting). We have about 80 members of all ages and fly from a field off Little Lane, Staddiscombe near Plymouth. We have a fantastic view out over the sea to Eddystone Lighthouse on a clear day which makes it a gorgeous site ...

Rossendale and Hyndburn Model Aircraft Club (RHMAC)Model AircraftHaslingdenLancashire
Located above the town of Haslingden in Lancashire, the Rossendale and Hyndburn Model Aircraft Club (RHMAC) sits on an enviable site amongst open fields just behind one the areas most famous attractions ‘the halo’. The flying field is positioned far away from any main roads, commercial or residential buildings, an ideal spot for everyone to take part in the hobby from total novices who have never flow...


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