Ever wanted to learn to fly RC?

The Chelmsford Model Flying Association is an enthusiastic group of like minded people of all ages who enjoy building, flying and occasionally crashing all forms of rotary and fixed wing aircraft.

There are two sections to the field, at the lower end fixed wing aircraft
and at the top end is the rotary part of the field. There you will find members flying everything from drones to large gas and electric helicopters.

The field itself is a relaxing experience, it is set away from all the traffic and is a great place to sometimes just catch up with fellow members, have a chat, even if you don’t wish to fly that day.

One of the best features about the club is how friendly it is, if you are learning there is always help at hand to help you to progress quickly and safely.

The subscription is a yearly one off payment which includes membership and BMFA insurance.

If you would like to get into this friendly and very addictive hobby, please feel free to contact:

Martin Anthony on 01268 795392 Email: m.anthony52@btinternet.com
or Jason George on 07881 652123 Email: helicopter-representative@cmfa.org.uk

Our website is http://www.cmfa.org.uk/index.htm

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