Notice Board Archive
21st December 2020
Given the new and tightened restrictions that will soon apply, arising from the current Covid-19 situation the club's flying site will now close as from midnight on the 24th of December.
Hopefully the situation will improve rapidly in the new year and we can open up the field again and get back to normal life that includes the flying and social banter that we have all enjoyed at the field in the past.
In the meantime, on behalf of the club's committee, have a safe, healthy and enjoyable Christmas and a good new year.
Best Wishes on behalf of the club's committee
10th December 2020
FLYING FIELD NOW OPEN
South Lanarkshire will move from the current Covid Level 4 restrictions back into the Level 3 restrictions regime at 6pm on Friday 11th December.
The club's flying field will now be re-opened as from
Saturday 12th December 2020.
If you attend the field, please ensure that you maintain social distancing and follow the club's Covid safety rules.
Following the recommendations of the SAA we now operate a track and trace system. If you attend the field, please fill in the slips that are available in the metal box in the pit area and place the completed slips in the metal box marked for completed slips.
Finally, to operate the track and trace system efficiently we need to have the contact details for all our members. If the contact information we hold for you is incomplete you will be sent an email to ask you to provide the missing information.
This request will be sent to you from:
cIt would be appreciated if you could provide any missing information as soon as you possibly can.
21st November 2020
FLYING SITE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
UPDATE 18th November 2020
There has been a new appointment of a Covid Officer for HMFC
A risk assessment has been completed and issued
A track and trace system is in place at the site
The Covid rules and documents previously in the safety/rules section has been re-located to the
UPDATE 10th September 2020
The ongoing corona-virus pandemic is continuing to have a negative impact the on club's activities.
As you know the recent increase in infection rates has resulted in a tightening of restrictions.
The Scottish Government has now stipulated that, as of Monday the 14th of September a maximum of six people from no more than two households can meet. This restriction applies to both indoor and outdoor activities.
Details of the scheme will follow but we expect to have it up and running again from Tuesday 15th September with only the members of two households being at the field at any one time.
In addition, as you know the club has secured funding from the National Lottery and the Renewable Energy Fund to significantly improve the drainage of the field so that we can extend the flying season and improve the flying experience.
The contractor selected to perform this work is now ready to put in the planned drainage improvements. Hopefully, weather permitting this work could start on Wednesday next week.
This means that the field will be closed in any case for several days while the work is underway.
We will keep you informed of the situation as it develops but at least it means that this work will be performed when there are restrictions to our activities out with our control in place.
Lastly given the current situation it has been decided to cancel the annual Christmas bash planned to be held in Carrigan's in Blantyre just before Christmas. Hopefully we will be able to hold a similar event in the new year when the situation has improved significantly.