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Bore Chasers Spring 2017.

    

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admin (Simon W)
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Due to the success of the last Bore Chasers event, there will be a limit of 100 pilots for this one. If you want a place then YOU MUST RSVP please. 

As a well known 80's artist once said, "if your names not down, your not coming in" :-) 

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. 

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.

As always, FULL MEMBERS ENTRY IS FREE.

Non Paid members, £25 Please pay on arrival 

Guests non flying, £5 Please pay on arrival. 

The address is: 

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

Here is a short video from the last event :-) 

 

Also, check out the full article from the last Bore Chasers event link below. :-) 

 

 

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chalkie

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Looks great fun

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Llewellyn

  

A BIG thank you to Simon, Colin and everyone who helped and attended this well organised flyin. It was my first time to attend and was very happy I did. So nice to see and talk to other like minded people. Everyone I talked to was so helpful and only too happy to help when needed. I am so looking forward to the next flyin. I appreciate how much must have gone into to planing but everything turned out so well from the beer tent to the excellent food and clean toilets! The weather was quite kind to us concidering what changing times we have had lately. Roll on the next event. ????

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jezkent

  

A huge thank you to Simon and all the others that helped put on this amazing event. It was the first time I had attended and I can't wait for the next one. Great bar, great food, and most of all great company. Many thanks from jez jean and Simon

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pete_b

  

as always a great no drama flying event pmc have got the recipe just right as with all pmc flyins and holidays

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andy4115

  

Sadly I am having to pull out of this event as I am having an operation on my foot tomorrow (last minute cancellation accepted) but hope to be flying fit again for the fly-in in July.  Hope the weather is good for you all and will miss you...................

 

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