Club Flying Day 8th May 2016

15 May
We had an absolutely great first club flying day of 2016. We all met up at the Greensward, Frinton-on-sea one of our favourite flying sites. We were as always joined by our friends from the Haven flyers. The weather was just...
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Kite Events for 2016

13 Feb
Following our AGM today we have finalised some of the events we are attending this year. We may well get asked to display at more events so keep checking back as they will be added as soon as we confirm...
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Club Flying Day 7th June

14 Jun
Another successful club flying day although when we arrived there was precious little wind and we wondered if we would get any kites in the sky. The wind kept tempting us as various gusts came and went and by 12...
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Club Flying Day 10th May

12 May
What a great first club flying day ! We couldn’t have asked for better weather conditions, a nice warm sunny day with a good southerly breeze. Thanks for the good company it was great to see everyone and great to meet...
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new club banners arrived !

9 Apr
Our new club banners, a teardrop banner for Lyn and Mike for their kite designing workshops and our new flag banner. Nice slot together poles, carry case and ground spike that the flag can rotate around. We are very pleased...
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New Banners arrived!

14 Dec
I have Just had the  3 new banners delivered! This now makes a compliment of 5 banners which I think will give a much better show of colour.   Oh and I got a Dog windsock, not quite as big as “Semper...
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Jonathan’s New Banners

1 Dec
Just purchased some new Bali banners in club colours. Just the two at the moment but I’m waiting for three more to arrive. Hopefully if Manfred at Kites4u has the colours I should have three in red and two in...
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Martin Corrie Memorial Fly Report

8 Oct
Myself and Lyn arrived at Frinton just after 9 o’clock, Rob Brixton was already there trying to get his big lifters up with little success, sadly this was going to be the theme for the day. The Coleman shelter was soon up with...
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