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Bardney Flyers Model Club

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Our Next Event, Foam Fly-in and Club BBQ July 8th/9th 


Welcome to Bardney Flyers Model Club.

 We are a club for primarily radio controlled model aircraft enthusiasts. We incorperate all disciplines of the hobby, fixed wing, control line, gliders, silent flight, free flight, helicopters, multi rotor, model building, flight instruction, British Model Flying Association Achievement Scheme A and B Certificate etc.

The club was set up in 1996 on the old WW2 RAF airfield at Bardney and has a strong membership of approx 70. The old control tower houses the Bardney Flyers Model Club. It has water and electricity and Loos both ladies and gents. Some old photographs inside the building recall the wartime days as an operational airfield.

The patch is a well mown grass strip 150 metres by 40 metres running SW - NE.

 The club welcomes fellow model flies and new members. Anyone wishing to take up the sport of model flying and wishing to join the club will be assured of a warm welcome and a helping hand. Just contact any of the Committee for further info or pop along to the field.

The club has flight instructors and British Model Flying Association Examiners, A/B certs for both fixed wing and helicopters. Dont worry if you have never flown, as you can be on a "Buddy Box" system, which is two R/C radio systems joined together for pilot training purposes where the instructor can takeover control.


Examiners / Instructors
 Andy Gedney
Jim Wilson
Roger Knight
Tom Little
Andy Greenslade
Ian Stockdale
Tyrone Baker

Bardney Flyers Model Club
Bardney Airfield
Henry Lane
United Kingdom


Latest News

Changes To Event Dates 
Please note some of our Event dates have been changed for various reasons.
Please Check in the Bulletins for details.
Foam Fly-in and Club BBQ 
Our next event on July 8th and 9th is Foam Fly-in and Club BBQ.
See Bulletins for details.
Committee Elections 
The 2016 Committee stood down and elections took place for the new 2017 committee. There was only one nominee for each positions so the elections were fairly straightforward. See Bulletins for details.