South Birmingham Model Flying Club – Profile

Currently SBMFC are a broad church and members fly free flight both indoors and outside and control line when the weather permits. The main flying field is Cofton Park (the Pope has  blessed the site!) approx 9 miles south of Birmingham city centre. The club also meets on most Fridays at Northfield fire station Community… Read More »

Oldham Model Aero Club Profile

Planning for the future with help from the BMFA Achievement Scheme. It was a brisk and blustery Sunday morning when the BMFA examiners arrived in Oldham and were welcomed with cups of hot coffee…. Oldham Model Aero Club are looking to the future. The club has the vision that all members should gain as a… Read More »

Amman Valley Club Profile

New Year, New Beginnings Established over 35 years ago, Amman Valley Radio Control Club is a multi-discipline model flying club operating from a site situated in the village of Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen, only a short step from the M4 near Swansea and overlooked by the imposing backdrop of the spectacular Black Mountains. The Club has seen a… Read More »

Avonvale Model Flying Club Profile

Avonvale Model Flying Club was originally formed in 1962 and was based for a long time at the ex-RAF airfield at Long Marston. The Club caters for all kinds of flyers and our scale, aerobatic, gliding and helicopter fraternity is now also starting to be bolstered by drone flyers. Unfortunately, the relentless drive to develop… Read More »

Watton Radio Model Club – Profile

Watton Radio Model Club was formed in 1974 by a group  of fellow enthusiast who flew model aircraft and also sailed model boats which is why the the name references all radio models and not just model flying. The club is now in it’s 45th year and is  almost exclusively radio controlled aircraft including internal… Read More »

Leatherhead Model Flying Club Profile

Leatherhead Model Flying Club in Surrey is a small friendly club of about 35 members that is affiliated to the British Model Flying Association. Leatherhead and District Model Flying Club (as it was originally named) was formed in July 1957 by three members of the Epsom Club who wanted a separate organisation in the Leatherhead/Dorking… Read More »

Ramsey Model Aero Club Profile

The Ramsey Model Aero Club (RMAC) was originally started in the early 1970s by Richard Meayers with a number of school boys attending the Ailyn School in Ramsey following a kindling of interest in aviation during their school science lessons. Richard developed the club until about 1975 when a chance meeting between a small group… Read More »

Alcester Helicopter Club Profile

The Alcester Helicopter Club is a BMFA affiliated club and was formed in the 1990’s by a small group of enthusiasts wishing to learn the art of flying their marvellous flying machines. The local Rugby club was kind enough to allow the founding members to use the Rugby club grounds to fly in, as the… Read More »