Articles tagged Cotswold Flying Club

Page 42 of March 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, March 1979

Take Heed!

Back in 1935, when private flying was a more carefree affair than it now is, two pilots from the Cotswold Flying Club were fined 10/- (50p) each and ordered to pay costs of 14/6 (72½p) for taking up three passengers from an unlicensed aerodrome, to wit a farmer's field at Powick, near Worcester, and without holding a B-licence, and charging them 2/6 (12½p) towards the cost of the petrol. One of...

Page 34 of October 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, October 1976

Country garage

There is sometimes more inside or round the back of country garages than the eye normally sees. It was an observant reader who told me that if I was driving through Much Marcle and stopped at the garage by the rural cross-roads I would find photographs in the office of an old lorry, an aeroplane, and a racing-car. This was enough for me and at the earliest opportunity the BMW was headed in that...

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