KING & CASTLE PUB. Just a reminder for the usual monthly Social Meeting – First Tuesday in Month. If you are interested then come along around 9pm at The King & Castle, Station Approach, Kidderminster.
There is some parking at the front of the pub and more in the Severn Valley Car Park to the right of the pub. Parking in the main British Rail car park to the left is NOT FREE. Two photographs of the King & Castle pub shown below:
PLANNING PERMISSION– (Use of Flying Field)
Our website has now been updated to include a copy of the Wyre Forest District Council Planning Permission document listing and detailing seven conditions allowing the Severn Spinners Radio Control Society to use the area of land for flying radio controlled model aircraft.
If we do not comply with these conditions the Planning Permission may be withdrawn. This means that we would have to seek an alternative location.
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Held at the Lock Inn, Wolverley.
TO BE CONFIRMED
Friday November 22 November 2019.
7:30 for 8pm upstairs in the meeting room.
This is your chance to air your views and present any ideas that you may have for the Club! So please do try to attend. If you wish items to be on the formal Agenda please let one of the committee know. We look forward to seeing you on Friday.
Peter & Philip Burdon
We wish to welcome two new members joining the Severn Spinners Flying Club last Tuesday 6th February 2018. They are brothers Peter and Philip Burden who are both experienced model pilots and builders.
Peter met a few of us at last Tuesday Social Meeting at the King & Castle Pub accompanied by his lady wife.
For those who knew Stan Bowen, his funeral service is on Monday the 8th January at the Crematorium in Kidderminster (on the Stourport Road heading towards Stourport it is on your left). He would have been pleased Severn Spinners members there to represent the club and to pay their respects.
It is with sadness that I have to let you know that Mervyn Holloway passed away a few days ago. As many of you know, Mervyn decided to give up flying last summer and donated his models to the club, the sale of which raised £520 for club funds.