1. Concorde flies - see video and pictures sections. . . . . . .
  • Bath Model Helicopter Club: A helicopter only club located to the west of Bath. Catering for pilots of all abilities and all types of helicopter are flown which include electric, nitro, petrol & scale models. They hold regular events, meetings & club days throughout the year where everyone is made welcome.

  • Chichester and District Model Aero Club: CADMAC flies from three locations; at Thorney Island with its paved runway, a farm site near Sidlesham and a stunning slope on the Goodwood Estate. Beginners or experienced flyers are equally welcome.

  • Christchurch and District Model Flying Club: They fly from flat fields, fresh water and from slopes as well as indoors; with electric power or glider only. Whatever your interest, there is somewhere for you to fly with the Club, either on private or public land.

  • Dartmoor Slope Soaring Club: This club has embraced thermal soaring and, more recently, aerotowing and electric flight at the Little Haldon site outside Teignmouth. They pride themselves in running a very informal group and encourage total beginners and experts alike to fly with them.

  • Deeside Model Aircraft Club: The location of its present flying site on the north bank of the River Dee, some 6 miles south of the town of Heswall. Currently has around 100 members, encourages junior members (under 18 years of age) to take up the hobby, and also welcomes beginners of all ages. Tuition for novice fliers is freely available from experienced club members.

  • East Devon Radio Control Club: The Club is has the use of a flying site on Woodbury Common, approximately 400 yards from Four Firs Cross roads on the road to Yettington in Glorious Devon. There are very few restrictions on flying times on 365 days a year.
  • Ivinghoe Soaring Association: The Ivinghoe Soaring Association (ISA) is one of the largest R/C glider groups in the UK, with almost 200 members.  Ivinghoe Beacon is set in beautiful surroundings near Dunstable Downs, approximately 40 miles north-west of London. It is owned and managed by the National Trust, and is open to the general public.
  • Malvern Soaring Association: The Malvern Hills are a first class slope soaring site. It is possible to fly in all wind directions and in a wide range of wind speeds with the exception of winds from about 30 degrees either side of due South.
  • North Devon Slopers: This is not a club website - it is purely an internet resource made available to assist local and visiting flyers find suitable flying sites around north Devon.
  • Power Scale Soaring Association: An association to unite PSS modellers on a worldwide basis through the media of a quarterly magazine.  These publications gave news on forthcoming PSS fly-ins world wide and reported on recently held events.  They also enabled members to submit ideas and articles on the design and construction of models, as well as allowing them to show off their new creations.
  • Ribble Valley Model Soaring Association: The RVMSA fly slope soaring gliders on Pendle Hill. They have 365 day access to the open public areas to fly from when the wind is on the slopes.
  • Sandhays Scale Gliding Association: The objectives of the association are to promote scale gliding and all aspects of silent flight. They have a thirteen and a half acre site is located in open countryside approximately 2 miles east of Bishop Norton, Lincolnshire. Gliders are launched by winch and bungee. Electric flight is also popular for gliders and scale models. I/C powered models are only allowed for glider tugs, motor gliders & vintage(4 stroke).
  • Scale Soaring UK: They are a a group of people with interest in Radio Control Large Scale Sailplanes and Tugs. If you have interest in the following, then why not join in with discussions on the forum. Maybe you can even help others with your views and ideas. Generally interest are slope flying, thermal flying from winch and aerotowing. Their calander with lots of activities over the year is worth a look.
  • Sheffield Society of Aeromodellers: They are a large group of aeromodellers mainly from the Sheffield UK area with many model flying interests – including slope soaring, indoor rc aircraft, electric powered rc airplanes, rc helicopters, control line and free flight. The club has a number of slope soaring sites and electric flying fields in the Sheffield area.
  • South Cotswold Soaring Association: A group club members who fly radio control gliders in the Stroud valleys (in the South West of England).  They fly all types of radio controlled gliders, anything from the basic balsa models, EPP flying wings, 1/4 scale and the fully moulded  F3X  models.
  • South Midland Soaring Association: The majority of the activities for the club are slope soaring, and silent flight. They fly a large range of models including scale models, fully molded aerobatic models, EPP and built up balsa thermal soarers. The principle aim of the club is to provide a safe environment for model glider flying from our flying site at the Burton Dassett Hills Country Park, Warwickshire.
  • South Wales Soaring Association: The club was originally founded to promote slope competition flying in South Wales and to attract visitors to their amazing slopes. Primary slopes are at the Bwlch but they also use the Meio and Garth, which are nearer to Cardiff.
  • Thames Valley Silent Flyers: Thames Valley Silent Flyers are a glider club, including electric powered gliders . They  thermal fly at a field at Warfield in Bracknell U.K. and slope soar at a number of sites in the Kingsclere and Marlborough areas.
  • Wessex Soaring Association: This club has access to an impressive range of slope soaring sites to cover virtually all wind directions and superb facilities for thermal flying and e-soaring from the flat, the Wessex Soaring Association offers unparalleled gliding opportunities throughout Dorset and South Wiltshire.
  • West Blackdown Model Gliding Club: This club is based on the Somerset/Devon border. They fly from many including Culmstock Beacon, near Wellington and Hartridge near Luppitt. Other sites on private land can be used by club members and their guests. We have a good relationship with other clubs in the South West and Wales and club members often travel to sites on Dartmoor,Wiltshire and in Wales for sport events and competitions. We also have the use of several fields for flat field flying.
  • White Sheet Radio Flying Club: They operate from White Sheet Down, a slope soaring site near the small town of Mere on the A303 in West Wiltshire, England. Members of the club enjoy constructing and flying “Silent Flight” model aircraft, more generally known as gliders.  They use two slopes on Whitesheet Hill, one South Westerly and one North Westerly through to Easterly. The landing areas are huge with no rocks or bushes in the way.
  • Woodspring Wings MAC: Woodspring Wings MAC is one of the few model-flying clubs in the UK to own its own site. The flying field and the two adjacent fields (also owned by the Club) total about 21 acres of flat land bordered by streams and ditches on the edge of the North Somerset Levels. The whole area has been appointed a “Site of Special Scientific Interest”.