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 Posted: 12 January 2019 01:40 pm
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Phil F

Joined: 15 April 2010
Location: Sittingbourne Pothole Capitol Of World
Posts: 963
Pylon Racing day at Paddock Wood, Sunday 20th January 2019. We would be grateful if you could please distribute the following to your members. There are still some entries available and if any of your members would like to enter or come along and watch, you’d be very welcome. Anyone interested in coming should email Gavin Barden as soon as possible at
Many thanks James Gordon     A Pylon Race meeting has been arranged at Paddock Wood on Sunday 20th January. It is for E2K electric or the IC powered Club 20 airframes. As most pylon meetings are up north, we would really like this one to be a great success and then hopefully more local ones like this will take place in the future. So if you have a pylon racer such as an Equaliser or any other model that would qualify, do please think about entering for the 20th. It would be great to show the other competitors that we have sufficient interest down here. If you like club pylon races, you’ll really enjoy this day of racing and I can thoroughly recommend it. This is very much an entry level pylon meeting and is ever so friendly and informal and a whole lot of fun. The venue too, is superb, with a club house with tea and coffee all day, decked area with a fire pit to keep warm, hanger and for a small charge, breakfast rolls and bbq lunch! So, basically we need to know who is interested in flying and who is interested in just coming along to watch as soon as possible. If you want to come along on the 20th at all, please do email Gavin at the address below which is in the article Gavin wrote for the last SE area BMFA Newsletter. I’ve attached it below again as it gives a bit more information. Gavin will then let you know the address of the venue. Also, if you have any questions or want information on regulations, please do email Gavin as well and he’ll be happy to tell you more about it. We really hope you can come along to fly or to watch. Cheers, James.

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