In April 2017 John demonstrated his amazing e-Flight Convergence VTOL model
Dave maidens his Super Decathlon with moral support from Phil on a balmy May day.
Tony set the world ablaze with his FMS P47!
John popped the floats on his FunCub and made very good use of our local Marl Pit.
Using Bob's Wot 4 as camera platform, John expertly twiddled the controls
to give us an overview of the strip,one chilly but calm November Sunday afternoon in 2014.
The camera also caught Phil X greasing his FunCub home Well.. it doesn't happen every time!:-)
John demonstrates a perfect circuit with his 'difficult to fly' Hobby King Durafly Gyrocopter
Phil flies his Chinese j10 EDF which goes like stink but pride comes before a fall!
Dave successfully maidens his P51 Mustang a 1600mm Span model from Century Models
Probably the last clement Sunday in August 2012
and Phil X takes the opportunity to Solo.
There are not many days like this in October
and no balsa bits to show for it!
Phil stays at least 5 mistakes high on a very windy June evening.
Slippery little customer- Phil dare'd not take his eyes off her!
Ken & Phil using a buddy lead, make a shaky start So who was to blame?
We may never know!
Phil X gains sufficient confidence to begin behaving like a hooligan ( but a safe one)
Dave shruggs of all the compliments and
Chris needs an extra circuit to bleed of some speed!
Thomas's new Piper Cub powered by an OS 56 4 stroke takes to the overcast.
Just the odd click and she was flying hands free!
The Spy in the sky hovering over the strip
on a very windy Sunday afternoon.
Full Chat with Joe's bipe
The Stryker arrives Phil shows off his Parkzone Stryker
it uses a lot of sky, and he needed to go-around
to bleed off some of that speed, on touchdown.
Beware the Squall Phil's EDF Squall is designed more for fast aerobatic routines
but makes for interesting video!
Panic on high Suggest you turn the volume down! Colin's Avicraft Panic in a high level sortie, The friendly herd never even blinked!
Bird's eye view Colin's first video attempt, keeping well clear of John's Alaskan Cub 50 feet below