I saw a good tip on the WWW recently – To charge or discharge all our LiPo’s to a storage charge as it looks as though they will not be used for some time. I wont go through the reasons as I guess our members have more LiPo experiences than me. Anyway, it prompted me… Read More »
Good morning Members, In the light of Boris’s announcement flying is now off the agenda, driving to a flying field is considered non-essential travel. I’m as frustrated as you all must now be but we, as a Club, can’t be seen to be stepping out of line. So, unless you’re having to work, now is… Read More »
Hi every one, as you probably suspected would inevitably happen we have cancelled the next April meeting at Kingsteignton. Even if we had continued turnout would sure to be low and this is the responsible action to minimise the chance of infection. I will notify you of further cancellations as the advice comes in. Regards… Read More »
Just checking subscription process. Robert
It has been quite a few years now since the Club Winch was used and simply because no one winch launches these days, you just operate a throttle switch. Therefore we thought the way to go may be to ask members in the first instance if any one would like to make an offer for… Read More »
As most will know, Stan founded the Dartmoor Slope Soaring Club back in 1993. In much appreciation to Stan and Sheila for their work within the Dartmoor Slope Soaring Club over many years, the committee has awarded Stan an Honorary Member.
At the February meeting, members voted to confirm the change of date and venue to the first Monday of the month between 7pm and 9pm at the KINGSTEIGNTON COMMUNITY HALL. There is ample onsite parking.
Hi every one, we now have a new venue for our club meetings. Meetings will now be held on the first Monday (not Tuesday) of the month from February to May inc. So our first meeting is on Monday 3rd Feb 2020, put it in the diary! Times are a little different too, 7pm to… Read More »
By now we should all have a valid competency certificate, either from the CAA or BMFA. If we are registering for an operators license via the BMFA, we have an exemption until the end of January to enable the BMFA to process our data and pass on the £9 registration fee. This process will be… Read More »
A brief note to our members that we will need a competency certificate by the 30th November to continue flying legally. The certificate can be either. A BMFA A, B or C certificate A CAA issued competency certificate A BMFA competency certificate. Any member that currently holds a BMFA A Certificate and/or above need not… Read More »