Welcome to the Warwick Model Flyers web site
The site is intended to provide information for members, prospective members and casual visitors. We hope you find the site informative and easy to navigate.
As we are no longer publishing a newsletter this is now our main communication channel. If any of our members have items they think other members would be interested in then please send them to me for inclusion. It is hoped that members will make the effort to contribute items, for example, have you been working on a winter project - why not send some photos and a short description? A new section has been created for Top Tips where anyone can contribute any modelling tips they have. Please pass on your knowledge to the less experienced and lesser well informed!
If you notice any inconsistencies or pages or links that don't work then please let me know.
Any feedback on the site
will be warmly received whether positive or negative.
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Latest WMF News
Last modified: September 29, 2015 11:27
We are aware of 5, possibly 6, recent crashes where pilots are sure that it was the result of loss of radio contact as opposed to pilot error. These all involved 2.4GHz equipment and are not isolated to any one make. We are trying to collate the information and map exactly where the potential loss of control appears to occur. If you have suffered a crash in the last few months AND you are convinced this was a loss of connection between transmitter and receiver then please in the first place drop me a line and I will let you know what further information I require.
Next month we start the winter club meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at the Blue Lias - see the events page
If you provide me with pictures of your planes I will produce your own page / add them to your existing page. Photos and dates of maiden flights are also welcomed. Please send them to me for inclusion. Ideally the original unedited photos should be sent. Some basic information about the plane is also required (see other existing pages for typical info)