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    We are pleased to announce that the 2014 Junior National Championships will take place at Lasham on 16th-24th August.

    The entry is open to anyone whose 26th birthday falls after 2014, and you must have a silver badge before the competition starts.

    If you do not have your silver, you can participate in the two seater training which runs alongside the competition. This aims to give a flavour of competition flying to those who are not yet experienced enough to fly in it.

    Entries for the competition and the two seater training can be made at www.gliding.co.uk/juniorsentry, and should be made by 30th April (you can apply after this date, but you may only get a place if there are any available).


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    I am sorry to say that after another morning watching the weather, we have decided to scrub.  There is clearer air to the north-east, coming this way, but unfortunately it will not reach here in time. The prize giving will be at 14:45, in the garden area. For those that may be coming for the […]


    Weather Sun 25th Aug


    Another scrub

    Without much prospect of the skies brightening, we have scrubbed again.  A few of the Juniors have taken a launch to have a hoon gentle bimble on the ridge.


    Weather Saturday 24th Aug


    First prize!

    This would seem like a good moment to mention some new, very generous sponsors who are donating first prize for the competition! First prize is a Flarm Mouse with an LED display, kindly donated by LX Nav and the Navboys.


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