SILENT FLIGHT NATIONALS RAF CRANWELL – ENTRY FORM LINK
All entries are by completing and submitting the electronic entry form from this link -
Silent Flight Nationals Entry Form
Details for completion entry, camping permit application and subsequent card payment are on the form.
Final event details and general information will be e-mailed to you prior to the competition
Camping will be at RAF Barkston Heath along with the Power Competitions and displays, day entry to Barkston Heath will be available to SF Nats competitors.
The entry fees for Carrier Deck on the 2013 Control Line Nationals entry form are incorrect.
The correct fees are Carrier Deck 1st class – £8; subsequent class – £5.
You may still use the CL Nationals entry form that was published in the recent BMFA News; simply amend the Carrier Deck entry fees accordingly.
Issue 2 of the 2013 CL Nationals entry form will be published on the 2013 Nartional Championship web page in due course. If you need a copy before that is available then contact either the BMFA office or the Competition Secretary.
It is with much sadness, that our Vice Chairman John Shaw was found dead at his home, during the week commencing the 13th of May 2013. John was a founding member of the W.O.T.G M.F.C serving the club as Chairman and Vice Chairman. He was also a founding member of the F.A.C.C.T group, being instrumental in organizing many of the gliding competitions at Frognest Farm, in Oxfordshire. John lived alone, but was involved with all manner of people and things connected with modelling and in recent years, had immersed himself in indoor flying, making ultra light rubber powered models, which could be weighed in grams. His skills, developed in making such models, had to be seen to be believed, such was his focus on this part of modelling. He supported the BMFA indoor flying team and was also a competitor, in national and european indoor events. In my recent conversations with him, I detected some excitement of his intended visit to America with the team and his pleasure that all his medical checks, for flying across the ‘pond’ were in order.
Although he did not do much flying at the club, he was always ready to help with club events, welding parts of the club mower and serving on the committee offering advice, as only an experienced modeller could.
John died from bronchial pneumonia, aged 71 years. He will be missed by many fellow modellers.
Here is the latest version of the CLTC Contest Calendar 2013 CL CONCAL ISSUE 7