Please note, we have been asked by the farmer not land in the field next to the church or any of his other fields, except the one at the back of take-off.
The sites guide will be updated with this information in the coming daysRead More
The AGM was held on the 15th February at the Carpenters Arms with a good turn out. New comittee members for 2017 season have been elected - Read more about the meeting in the AGM minutes.
New Site Rules for the Speeton take-off are currently an ongoing negotiation between the Club and the RSPB and Natural England.
Until this is resolved, the Speeton take-off is NOT an 'official' Club Site. If you do fly Speeton, you do so as an individual with the risks that entails, and NOT as a Club member.
Please follow the read more link below for more information.
The Sir George Cayley Sailwing Club was started in 1975 by a group of enthusiasts in the Yorkshire area, and has carried on providing an environment for like minded people to get together and partake in the joy of free flight. Although relatively small in comparison to our surrounding clubs, we provide the same level of coaching and guidance to new pilots fresh out of training school.