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Summer fly-in and Party 2018 :-)


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The 2018 'World's end' Paramotor Club summer fly-in and Party :-) 

The Paramotor Club will be hosting our annual summer fly-in / party from the 13th of July until the 15th of July. At Worlds End, Close to Newbury, Berkshire. (postcode RG20 7JH) there will be signs from this postcode.

The site is AMAZING! you will not be disappointed with the perfect grass as far as the eye can see. 

As well as the normal music, fire, food, bar & posh toilets... +++ at this event we will have a comedian on the Friday evening to get you laughing until your face hurts! 

Once again we will be putting on a PMC fireworks display, and once again it will be unlike the dragged out displays your accustomed too :-):-) here is a drone video of the 2017 fireworks :-) for 2018 we have a plan which will up the game considerably!! :-):-) 

Visitors can also enjoy a 'Joy Ride' / (trial flight) in a C42 microlight for a very small donation.

Camping, caravans, motorhomes FREE.

Locally, there are some great XC flights to be had, and foot-drag heaven awaits! 

PLEASE LOG IN TO USE CLICK THE 'Going' BUTTON at the top left of this page 200 PILOT'S MAX 'Families welcome only pilots need to RSVP'. 

Tickets for non flying guest's will be sold in advance and available in plenty of time before the event.  

(those who do not RSVP risk not being able to attend if we max out on numbers) 

For the wife's and girlfriends of: We are close to 'Downton Abbey' or 'Highclear Castle' which you can now visit and walk around.


As always, Fully Paid up members entry is FREE, Non Member pilots £25 for weekend membership, guests £15 for a weekend membership. (An optional donation to a locally well supported children's charity would be awesome and I will make sure there is a donations pot in the entry tent)



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What an amazing weekend, fantastic weather, and great to meet up with old friends and  chat about the flying we've been doing. A huge thanks to Simon and all the guys for organising it hopefully see you all soon  jez

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