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Yes BMAA Spamfield 2014 is confirmed as going ahead. David Robbins, BMAA Council member, said “I am delighted to confirm that the Hampshire Microlight Flying Club (HMFC), in conjunction withthe owners of Sandown, and the Isle of Wight Flying Club, are delighted to be able to agree to organise Spamfield 2014 on behalf of the BMAA. The project team will be led by Daryl Cornelius, ex past Chairman of HMFC, and Sandra Reid, Secretary, HMFC and I will continue to work with Daryl and Sandra to help deliver a successful and safe Spamfield 2014.”

This is great news and brings a BMAA fly-in back to the Isle of Wight after a two year break. David continues, “The dates will be the weekend of Sat 6th & Sun 7th Sept 2014. These dates intentionally coincide with the Thorney Island Fly-In to offer visits to both Islands in one trip. Also, we hope also that anyone taking a week off to visit Blois 2014 (Aug 30/31) might choose to drop in on their return to the UK.”.

Details are still in the planning stages, but please reserve the dates in your flying calendar and look out for more information on the BMAA web site under “Events” and of course in the magazine, Microlight Flying.

To help the organisers a brand new registration page has been set up and pilots are asked to use it to register their intention to attend and comment on plans so far. Please take this opportunity even if you may have registered for the event on another web site. Register here.

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