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Saturday May 4th

After a slow ish start a good day was had by all. Dan Hayday completed his BI checks - congratulations!
We had a busy grid by midday and despite some launching issues many enjoyed a good day with some off round Kidderminster and Brecon. Others enjoyed some good training flights including plenty of soaring.
Thanks to those who drove the winch and ran the launch point.

Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st April

First full weekend of good soaring weather. Lots of training flights in the sunshine and lots of cross-country flights entered on the National Ladder. The season has really started, though a bit later than usual.

Sunday 4th March

Misty and cold start but turned in to a rather nice day for March. Photo from Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/100063652116154/posts/pfbid0b9QRjCYS7rv4Mt1EwZB...?

Saturday 2nd March

The white stuff has descended on to the airfield so no flying today. There will be a talk this evening at 7.00 about navigation devices and software. Hope the roads are clear by then.

Saturday 24th Feb

A good day for February. Started out with variable amounts of cloud at just 700 feet which gradually opened up so that by the afternoon we had almost clear skies. Winching from runway 21 with 3 two seaters out and the K23 and K18 for solos. 61 flights in total all controlled from the new mobile "tower". Picture is from the K13 late downwind with Kim at the controls.

Sunday 11th February

Returning to a hopefully more regular flying calendar, the wet conditions on Sunday produced this remarkable rainbow. Image (C) Craig Mustoe

Juniors at Denbigh

From Ben: KNK has been having a great time in the wave at Denbigh! As always, UK Junior Gliding really appreciates the support of the club and is very grateful that KNK has been allowed to make the trip.

Sunday 22nd October

A beautiful October day that saw Paul Gentil celebrate 50 years of gliding.

Saturday 14-10-23

A busy day's flying in the autumn sunshine. We managed to dodge this shower, but a later one washed everyone out of the sky, including a visitor from Nympsfield.

VGC rally

Coming to the end of a fascinating week. 70 gliders and around 130 campers came to Aston Down for the rally. More photos and a blog can be found at https://vgcrally2023.com/

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