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Webmaster and Bert Whitehead with 'Cloud Tramps' at Peterborough Flying Aces meeting

The competition comprises of 5 flights with the best and worst scores discounted and the remaining 3 flights scores are totalled for the final score. 

Alumwell Indoor Meeting October 2005

Pete Ashmore the organiser and his homemade cash desk at the door relieving flyers of their entry monies in exchange for a red spot.

Webmaster with one of his wallfoam models

Pete Illife with a delightfull little Co2 power model.

                        Peter Martin with a back to front Cannard much used seaplane

Dave's seaplane has done innumerable circuits around indoor halls and in his own words "its a poor old thing these days" but I couldn't build one to that standard.  I don't recall whether its Co2 or electric

PPete Illiffe's Scale Shukert III

Pete's Progress with the Shukert III

At the last indoor meet Pete Illife brought along his Shukert DIII to show off the progress he has made with the framework for the flying  surfaces.  Makes me sick with envy just to look at the workmaship.






Middle Wallop

SAM1066 run a number of meetings at the army flying field at Middle Wallop near Andover. These meetings have a definite social content in addition to the normal competition element

A group of Tymperley Model Flyers and supporters at Wallop

 Reg Biddlecome and Jean, Kath Wingate, Rahel Andrews, John Wingate, John Andrews and (Doc) Martin Pike

Webmaster launching his Jaguar Wakefield to win the Jaguar Trophy for the second time