It has been a while but Coaching evening are now going back in.
The evening will be at the Glynde Social Club
The format is that 7.30 till 8pm is induction for new members. So come along and get an introduction to the club and find out what being in the Club is all about.
8 till 10 is the Coaching talk. This one is geared for new/low air time pilots. But more experienced pilots more than welcome.
It will go over the basics of thermals, how they are formed, how they work and how we use them.
Get THE INSIDE TRACK with Sup'Air paragliders project manager JC Skiera and THE REAL STORY with X-Alps sensation, Clément Latour. Including a screening of Clement's X-Alps film A Long Way. Trailer: http://vimeo.com/71255359
Doors open: 18:30, Main event: 19:00 - 22:30
Venue: Wok Inn (www.wokinn.org) The Broyle, Laughton, East Sussex. BN8 6PH (Phone: 01825 840888)
Dinner: Recommended (but not compulsory)
To Book Your Place, either
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But first had a rrc session at mt caburn at 9 am to which it was flyable in the SSW 10-12 mph wind ,5 in the air at one point ,till wind picked up a little to much.
Then trip to newhaven to see the most combination of PGs and hangies all flying to brighton and back ive ever seen,a strong at times SSW breeze was slow going to get to brighton, and by mid day had dropped off to leave just the PGs playing around the takeoff area,and tide was making its way in.
It's that time of year again, and I'm writing to advise you that a Temporary Road Closure Order has been issued by Wealden District Council which affects Bo-Peep Lane and Bo-Peep Bostal (including vehicular access to the Car Park at the top of the Bostal).
The attachment gives early warning of this closure, which is to permit our Annual Motorcycle Hill Climb up the Bostal.
I'm sorry for any inconvenience that this might cause you and your members, but would ask for your co-operation as usual by avoiding that area on this one day, 27th April 2014.
Keith T Rhodes
Just a timely reminder or two:
If you must walk down the hill to launch, remember that the land owner specifically prohibits doing so and that you risk our access to the site by your actions. If you really must do so, just set out and launch, do not set up camp as if it's a legitimate launching area.
The CAA has announced improvements to VFR charts that it claims will improve the clarity of information depicted.Submitted by Steve Purdie on 23 January, 2014 - 11:19.
The alterations have been made in consultation with the aviation industry and will appear in the new editions of the 1:500k and 1:250k series charts that will be published in March 2014.
The main changes include:
The addition of boundary tint to all airspace boundaries regardless of classification
The reversal of the colour formatting of airspace classifications boxes i.e. white classification lettering within appropriate classification (blue or magenta) coloured box.
The re-alignment of all airspace annotations along the leading edges of airspace boundaries