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Bore Chasers 2016 (the second and last one of the year)


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Once again the Paramotor Club will be hosting another 'Bore Chasers' Fly-in at the Severn Bore. :-) 


If you have not been to this one before, I am sure that all who have will agree that it's not one to be missed! 

The location of the take off field is just perfect for following the tides that will be passing though over the weekend. 

We will have Nigel, (our normal PMC food) back again with Curries, Fajitas, and stuff. I am yet to have a bad thing said about his food. (other than it running out) we will of course have the normal bar facilities as well. 

LATEST UPDATE: We will be having a fireworks display on Saturday evening shortly after dark :-):-):-) 


Camping for Tents, caravans and motorhomes is FREE. 

Limited family / holiday accommodation is available walking distance from the flying field. (ideal for those who would like a bit of luxury) Please contact Kathy Turner on 07970 771 039 for information, availability and pricing. (NOW FULLY BOOKED!) 



Guests non flying, £5 Please pay on arrival. 

The address is: 

Milton End Farm, Arlingham, Gloucestershire, GL2 7JH.

Any questions at all, please do call me on 07983 428 453




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   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

Have attended this event twice now and all booked up for this next one, the location is excellent and if you never experienced a bore tide it's something else, to see a river go from tide out sand exposed river bed to instant full tide is fantastic. If you never experienced a PMC Flyin your  missing out, always well attended with some super people great flying and always great food and drink.  Even if your new to this and just wanna come along to meet other flyers You will be made always will be made welcome.


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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

For anyone using sat nav that has not been there before - why not? lat 51.796075, long -2.409045 or N51.796075, W2.409045. This will take you to the farm gates, enter and keep going straight for quite a while to the end of the road. It's always a blast!!

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Sounds nice! Have fun everyone! :)

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My wife and I went last year and really enjoyed it everyone was so friendly and all had a good time ,it was good to see the different machines close up, the pilots were friendly and keen to show their motors,food was great and we all watched the tidal bore in the evening, quite a spooky feeling as the tide was coming up the river,even the flocks of birds were disturbed and didn't know what to make of the onrush of water.

We are looking forward to going again on Saturday ,cant wait ,Tony.

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Hi All, I'm traveling tomorrow from Warrington, just checking it's still all go for the Bore Flyin.


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