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Yvonne Stott has sent us an illustrated account of her flight to Skye with Nick during Octoberfest 2016.  Reprinted with  permission from Bowland Forest GC newsletter.

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Forthcoming FESTS
Octoberfest 2019 will run from 28th September to 6th October (9 days).

To book your place please contact the Secretary.  
Paul has also sent us this account of his wave climb to 26,000ft in 2014.  Read about it here.
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The YS53 "Beast" has new playmates at the Lasham Heritage Centre.  Story by Paul Myers. 
In 2015 Moritz Korn and Maria Schneider trailed a Duo Discus all the way from Ohlstadt in Germany to fly on our ridge.  Read their story here.
Read Mike's account of his flight from Feshie to Ben Nevis Mike Morrison
Feshie blue wave
Read Phil Hawkins' article about the Feshie blue wave here.
Alister's 300km Gold
Our web site has logged more than 30,000 hits in little more than a year, but probably needs a complete re-design in the near future.  Any member having ideas or expertise in this area please contact the Secretary. 
 

AIRFIELD RADIO FREQUENCY CHANGE

From Sunday 9th June we will be operating on 118.685Mhz within 10 nautical miles (16km) and up to 3000ft from the airfield.  The 130.105 frequency is to be used beyond those limits for cross country flying, competition flying and situational awareness.

Comments to MIKE MORRISON, Chief Flying Instructor

       

INTER CLUB LEAGUE 2019

The next meeting will be at the Highland Gliding Club, Easterton near Elgin, on the weekend of 15/16 June.  We need more club members to get involved, in support roles as well as the actual flying!  Even if you don't want to compete, we can never have too many volunteer crews and cheerleaders, and visits to our neighbour clubs are always fascinating.  We need you there to help support your club! 

 

Check out this video from the Glide Britain team, made during the Inter Club League weekend in April 2018



The BBC Springwatch team decided against visiting our airfield in 2019 but are considering Autumnwatch.  Meanwhile this extract from "The Nature of Britain" by Alan Titchmarsh is still spine-tingling stuff    

   


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