Established in 1974, we are a friendly club of model flying enthusiasts.Our main flying site is at Stickfast Lane, near Iwade in Kent.The club also hasa field for free flight & gliders near Harty on the Isle of Sheppey. If your interested in joinng, pop down to the Stickfast Lane field on a nice flying day for a chat or, alternatively post on the club forum. For membership or other enquiries Click Here

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Club Meetings
(Monthly on the last Weds of the month)
8pm At:

The Walnut Tree Club
Medway Road
Gillingham Kent ME7 1NL
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Stickfast Lane Postcode:
ME9 8QE click for map


New Safety Fence

Next time you visit Stickfast you will see we have installed a safety fence for the pits . Please pit behind the fence for your protection when not flying. As some of our members bring their children or partners down the field who don't fly It will provide some protection against run-away models especially when the wind blows directly from behind the pits .Those member who are not concentrating on anything flying or having a chat should be a bit safer behind the fence. If you have an IC model or a large electric model you may want to move it to the front of the fence or starting area before staring or fitting battery . 

Pics later 

Build Projects

In the forum Mike Smith has started a new competition build project. A Handley Page 0/400 of No1 Communication Squadron D8326 Unusual colour scheme. All white except for the engines and strutery. Free Flight at 1/24th scale, which will give the model a span of 50

and Martin is near completion of a very nice own design Mustang P51-C



Indoor Flying Dates

These are 15th October, 12th November & 10th December 2017
(Please note October is 3rd Sunday others are 2nd Sundays of month)

Medway Park Mill Rd. Gillingham Kent ME7 1 HF

Click Here to See New Layout for Pits, Runway and No Fly areas.

FPV Flyers Please Read

Hello everyone, after being down the field it has come to our attention that there is a lot of fpv going on. Please can you follow these few simple steps to stop any future problems or accidents.
1. If you intend to fly fpv please talk to any other pilots that are also flying fpv to find out what channels they are flying on.
2. Do not power up a vtx unless you know you will not clash on channels.  
3. If you intend to fly an fpv model but you are flying line of sight please turn off your vtx so it is not transmitting. You may need to add a switch or plug to your vtx power lead so you can power down your vtx if not in use.
4. Make sure you know how to change the channel on your vtx as you may have to change it down the field. If you need help with this please ask someone to show you as you should know how to use the equipment you are flying.
5. Can any members flying fpv please make sure you all fly from the same area so you can communicate with other fpv pilots no matter what flying machine you are using.
If any members have any problems following these steps do not fly and bring your issues to a committee member.
Many thanks 
(Comp sec)

Harty Ferry Site

New directions are now available (courtesy of Mike Smith) Click Here
(Its below details for Stickfast Lane field)

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Last Updated
21st June 2017

Flying Times

IC & 'noisy' electric (incl.EDF)
From 10am to 7pm

Gliders/Quiet Electric


(incl. turbine Helicopters)

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Lipo Safety Booklet
Safe and effective use of LiPo batteries. Click Here To Read It.



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