We are back at Holy Trinity on Thursday 29 March with the Bring & Buy Sale.
Roll up with your unwanted aeromodelling items, models, motors, kits, books, mags, etc for swapping, selling and even to give away!
Combined with the Bring & Buy Sale on Thursday 29 March
Exhibit your latest creation to be judged for workmanship by all members attending.
The Crawley Club (CADMAC) was formed in 1960. Today we have about 100 members. All types of models are flown, radio control, free-flight, control-line and indoor.
Club meetings are held weekly on Thursday evenings during the summer on Holy Trinity School field and during the winter on Thursday evenings at the Hazelwick School Sports Hall.
In the winter CADMAC enjoys the use of the Hazelwick School sports hall for a Thursday evening of free-flight and RC flying. We have a full schedule of slots to accommodate all types of models in a safe fashion.
In the summer Club meetings are held every Thursday evening on Holy Trinity School field (pictured below). Access to the school is via Buckswood Drive, turning into Woburn Road and then left through the school entrance and into the car park.
The majority of members have been aeromodellers for many years, so the club has a vast store of knowledge. We welcome new members, who can be assured of friendly advice and assistance.
Download the 2017 CADMAC AGM minutes as PDF
Welcome to Steve Beal the new Membership Secretary & Michael Silk the new Treasurer.
Many thanks to Terry Adams and Rich Ellis for all work they did for the Club.
The AGM voted to increase the Club fees to £30, which everyone agreed was prudent and great value.
Jack Darby has retired as Editor of the Turbulator, so many thanks to him for doing a great job over many years.
Have we a talented individual to take over from Jack? Contact any committee member if interested.
Until a new editor steps forward the Turbulator will be put on hold, previous issues can be found on the Turbulator Archive page
The club has a facebook group, which can be used to advertise the club, by swapping pictures and stories until someone volunteers to take over editing the Turbulator.
Anyone can see the group, but you'll need to click the 'join' button (and be approved) before you can post.
The club's email list has moved from YahooGroups to Groups.io. This is because many people were having problems subscribing to the old list and it is no longer possible to add them directly. All existing subscriptions have been transferred but there are only 89 people on the list. Anyone not on the list can subscribe at cadmac.groups.io
The SEBMFA Crawley Free Flight Indoor Meeting took place on Sunday 4 February at the K2 Leisure Centre.
To keep costs at an affordable level it was decided to hire two thirds of the main hall. This proved to be a wise decision as alot of people preferred it. The attendance was down compared with last year, so the meeting still ran at a loss.
Many thanks to Flitehook who provided the essentials we need to build and fly. I stocked up on scalpel blades!
Terry Adams describes how to convert a simple & cheap FF glider into a potent electric RC model.
This Competition will run from thursday 3 May until thursday 26 September.
June and July
Thursday 6pm to 9pm and saturday afternoon (2pm to 6pm) August to end of September
Summer contests on Thursday Club nights for small free-flight models from 7pm to 9pm.