Jak wiadomo nasi piloci latają wszędzie w UK i nie ma przed nami nieodkrytych miejsc. Dlatego warto mieć rękę na pulsie jeżeli chodzi o zmiany w zasadach korzystania ze starowisk. Poniżej treść maila od klubu Wessex o zmianach dotyczących ich miejscówek. Proszę o zapoznanie się i przestrzeganie.
Jeżeli ktoś trafi w przyszłości na info dotyczące innych miejsc to forum jest najlepszym miejscem do podzielenia się wiedzą.
Dear Grupa 303
You may have seen this in the January issue of Skywings, but I thought it would be a good idea to follow up with an email to club secretaries and contacts in our neighbouring clubs. I would be grateful if you could pass on the information to your members.
The Wessex HGPG Club has long had a policy of making as many of its sites as possible open to all registered pilots, in the interests of encouraging our sport. Where this is not possible it is usually because of restrictions imposed by landowners or other stakeholders. The club asks all visiting pilots to take note of the following changes:
In accordance with our agreement with New Forest District Council, please note that Barton-on-Sea is not an open site but open only to members of the Wessex and clubs with which we have reciprocal arrangements.
The top landing field behind take-off has changed hands in the past year and we have just negotiated a new top landing agreement with the new owner, at a fee to the club. Top landing in the field behind launch is possible but is restricted to the 3 metre wide track that runs on a NW line to the gate immediately behind launch. It is important that pilots do not land elsewhere in the top field. It is also possible for paragliders to land back on the launch area.
The good news is that this charming NW site between Salisbury and Shaftesbury is now classified as an open site (PG only).