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Wimborne Model Aero Club

founded in 1973 we are a well respected club located in north Dorset.  We are a fixed wing model flying club of 100+ members many of whom have had a lifetime of experience in model building and flying. We hold many RC events for fun and competition throughout the year.  We regularly support local communities and charitable events with static and flying displays.

sabmfa logoBMFA  Club No: 2054     CASC Reg 05590        Memberships Available*    Training available for Novices

We are open for new members and especially the younger generation who will carry on the hobby of model flying acquiring skills that our older members have passed on and continuing to carry on the aims of the club into the future. Here is an article that you may find useful for those considering the hobby and for parents of juniors. Read Me First

For information on Joining Us click here for Subscriptions, or apply online using the link at botttom of the page.

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