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The Southern Area of the British Model Flying Association (BMFA), centered around Hampshire, Berkshire and Dorset is one of the areas providing representation at national level for model flyers in all regions of England.

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WESTFUNENS MODELFLYING CLUB
Model Aircraft Flying is a Booming Hobby!
Anyone aged 8-80 who is interested and enthusiastic about flying model aircraft can become a member of the Modelflying Club (young members will need to be accompanied by adult).
There are all kinds of model model aircraft: petrol or jet engines, electric or elastic powered planes, Gliders and helicopters of all sizes.
Not to forget the new Drones (helicopters with 4 or 6 propellers).
Some people prefer ready-made models, others like to build theirs themselves.
The new computer control allows you to develop your own inner technical geek!
Flying model aircraft creates a close camaraderie and good friendships because you exchange and share radio and flight experiences together.
Remember: It is a hobby that can be expanded from “pocket money” level to as you like – the sky is the limit (or your wallet)!
You are welcome to come and see us fly, at any time!
John Madsen
Chairman
e-mail: tuk@tukdk.dk and www.modelflyveklubber.dk/vestfyns-modelflyveklub.aspx

Club Focus

Waltham Chase Aeromodellers


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The Model Engineers Exhibition

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Balsa Brain 2015 report added.

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New article added Model Aeroplanes Electric Power Guide.

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News item added The Free Flight Nationals at RAF Barkston Heath, Lincs. May 2015 Bank Holiday weekend.

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New article added to the site for people interested in 35mghz to 2.4 transmitter conversions.

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New article added to the site for people interested in wanting to learn to fly model aircraft .

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