|May 05, 2001, 04:58 PM|
New Indoor flying venue,Essex area,England!
Looking for indoor flyers in the Essex (Southend On Sea) area willing to participate in some indoor aviation.
Venue is large,the size of a basketball court.
If anyone would be interested in this,please reply here.
The venue is definite!
[This message has been edited by bipeflyer (edited 05-05-2001).]
|May 15, 2001, 02:33 PM|
Steve,the new site is a very large basketball arena.
It is attached to a local school,so is free most evenings.Unfortunately,the school wants £25 per hour to use the facility,the numbers of interested parties is rising,we will hire the place for 2 hours,once,maybe twice a week,if there is growing interest.
This should defray the hire costs a little,so hopefully,we will only be paying £5 each for the evening.
I am trying to get a sponsorship deal to help with the launch of this site,with it being advrtised through the modelling press,so there will be an initial session with prizes donated by J.Perkins Ltd.with events such as limbo flying,duration,'aircraft carrier'landings on a wallpaper pasting table,and pylon racing Pico Sticks.
You can phone me at work for more details on:
[This message has been edited by bipeflyer (edited 05-15-2001).]
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