Portsmouth & District Model Aircraft Club

News

28th November 2016
AGM Outcome:
The existing committee have been re-elected. The 2017 membership fee will remain at 40 for seniors and 20 for juniors + BMFA.

24th November 2015

AGM Outcome:
The existing committee have been re-elected. The 2016 membership fee will be reduced to 40 for seniors and 20 for juniors + BMFA.

6th September 2015
BBQ at the flying site.
September 2015 BBQ

14th November 2014

AGM Outcome:
The existing committee have been re-elected.

Chairman  Dave Tanner 
Treasurer & Membership Secretary Ken Webster
Secretary Paul Grinyer
Safety Officer Bob Farr

The 2015 membership fee will be reduced to 50 for seniors and 25 for juniors + BMFA.
Tim Richardson has accepted the role of helicopter supervisor.

6th July 2014
Summer BBQ.
Summer 2014 BBQ

17th January 2014
AGM outcome:
Dave Tanner and Paul Grinyer and been elected to serve on the committee.
The members agreed that the 2014 membership fee would remain the same as last year at 60 + BMFA.
To try and widen the club's appeal, it has been decided that we will allow electric helicopters and multi-rotor aircraft to use the site on an experimental basis.

8th November 2013
AGM outcome:
Bob Farr was elected as the Safety Officer.
The AGM will be reconvened in January to address the outstanding agenda items.

5nd November 2012

AGM outcome:
PADMAC 2013 subs will remain at 60 for seniors and 30 for juniors.
Dave Tanner was elected as Secretary, the other committee members were re-elected.

Chairman  Lee Sheppard
Treasurer & Membership Secretary Ken Webster
Secretary Dave Tanner
Safety Officer Terry Scott

2nd November 2011
AGM outcome:
PADMAC 2012 subs will be 60 for seniors and 30 for juniors.
BMFA membership has increased to 31 for seniors and 16 for juniors.
The existing committee have been re-elected.

17th November 2010

AGM outcome:
PADMAC 2011 subs will remain at 50 for seniors and 25 for juniors.
The existing committee have been re-elected.  

13th November 2009

AGM outcome:
PADMAC 2010 subs will be 50 for seniors and 25 for juniors.
BMFA membership has increased by 1, to 29 for seniors and 15 for juniors.
The existing committee have been re-elected.

27th September 2009

A good turn out at the September BBQ.

PADMAC September 2009 BBQ

26th February 2009
A light hearted concourse model show was held at the club night. Models were judged by the members present. The scale winner was Mike's Chipmonk and the sport winner was Robin's Quaker Flash.

Concourse Models

27th November 2008
AGM outcome:
PADMAC 2009 subs will be 80 for seniors and 40 for juniors.
BMFA membership remains unchanged at 28 for seniors and 15 for juniors.
The existing committee have been re-elected.

8th June 2008
A pleasant BBQ has held at the flying site.

8th March 2008
The flying patch has been cut, rolled and extended by another 20m. There are no excuses for not being able to land on the patch, other than pilot error.

29th November 2007
AGM outcome:
PADMAC subs to be 70 + BMFA subscription.
The existing committee have been re-elected.
The committee plans to promote the club to increase the membership numbers and improve the flying site.

29th September 2007
The flying site is available for use, now that the Foot and Mouth disease risk has decreased. The second planned BBQ has been cancelled. There will be a club night on 25th October at the Royal British Legion Cosham, details will be announced shortly.

15th September 2007

Due to the second Foot and Mouth situation this year, our landlord has requested PADMAC to stop using the flying site until further notice.  The planned BBQ on 23rd Sept has been postponed.

13th August 2007
The flying site is available for use now that the Foot and Mouth disease risk has decreased.

8th August 2007
Due to the current Foot and Mouth situation, our landlord has requested PADMAC to stop using the flying site until further notice. 

10th June 2007
PADMAC held a BBQ at the flying site with members enjoying a pleasant afternoon's flying session.

22nd March 2007
Ken Gale brought some of his helicopters, including a gas turbine model to the club night. He talked about how to operate and fly a gas turbine helicopter and his plans to transplant the turbine into the Jet Ranger body. The night was rounded off with running the gas turbine helicopter in the car park.

17th March 2007
The flying patch has been cut, rolled and extended by 20m. Thanks to all those that turned out to help


Portsmouth & District Model Aircraft Club Last Updated 11/01/15