North Anston Society of Aeromodellers 

                                                                                                                                                             

                                     


Updated

31 August 2017

Club Photos  

8 December 2015

Rules

Club meeting dates

 

Updated 25 September 2011

Tribute to Richard Fisher - bottom of page

 

Updated 8 November 2007

A Tribute to Richard Fisher - new information

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Updated 12 May 2007

 Club History - BDP Fund/Tribute

 

Updated 1 September 2005

Hints and Tips (see link to page two at top of page 1)

 

Updated 17th July 2005

University Challenge 2005 - Elvington

 

Updated 17th May 2005

University Heavy Lift Challenge 2005

 

Updated 2nd April 2005

Club History

 

Updated 29th March 2005

University Heavy Lift Challenge 2005

 

Updated 15th February 2005

University Heavy Lift Challenge 2005

 

Updated 28th December 2004

New Members - extra pages

 

Updated 5th October 2004

GBRCAA Championships

 

Updated 1st September 2004

Nationals 2004

Our Club - New photos

 

Updated 25 July 2004

Richard Fisher - Redshift ( Last paragraph)

Aerobatics  - GBR/CAA - comp

 

 Updated 24th April 2004

Electric Models

Fliton Jumping Jack

MACH-1 Ultimate


We are a small club and the majority of members are rarely ambitious in the way of competitive flying. Our flying is confined to a small field which determines our activities have to be modest, but that does not diminish the effort, skill, craftsmanship, ability and sheer determination of the club members to build, fly and preserve their aircraft for their own and other members pleasure. Many skills have to be learned and mastered during the construction and flying of a small aircraft.  At the 2005 AGM it was decided that for safety reasons we can only accommodate fixed wing flying.

The majority of our flying is with sport type models, but there will always be a leaning toward making models that look like ‘real aeroplanes’.

Whatever our aspirations, we must take care and fly safely at all times. Even small aeroplanes can cause fatal accidents. By keeping a low profile in the area, keeping noise levels down, and by respecting our club rules we hope not to attract any adverse publicity which could lead to the loss of our field. We have enjoyed our facilities for over 38 years now and our aim is to continue.


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