Since the change in Government Guidleines on September 14th, We have reimposed the limit of 6 on the flying field at any one time. The BMFA have not yet issued revised guidelines but when they do, and with the start up of the NHS Track and Trace App the club guidelines may change again.
Ultimately it has to be the individuals decision whether to go flying or not and to take responsibility for their own safety and to ensure that they do nothing which may affect the safety of other club members.
Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19, or who shares a household with any individual displaying symptoms, must not fly and should stay at home to maintain social isolation in accordance with government advice.
Consider all surfaces to be contaminated. Latex/Nitrile/Vinyl gloves to be worn or hand sanitiser used immediately before and immediately after opening/unlocking and closing/locking access gates and padlocks.
Unless they are a member of your household, maintain a minimum 2 meter separation to other club members at all times. Do not meet with more than six persons outside your household.
Non member friends and family members are not allowed at the field except in the case of a member who is a minor in which case a parent or guardian must acompany them.
If you are in a clinically vulnerable group, which includes those aged over 70, please consider whether you really need to go flying when the site is likely to be busy.
Use “Daily Flying” WhatsApp Group for the purposes of notifying your intention to fly at the site, so that members may make an informed choice on whether they consider the site to be too busy.
Access to the field to be only by the gate in the eastern hedge. Vehicles to be parked “nose to the hedge along the eastern hedge centred on the cones which are in place.
In order to limit numbers on site at any one time if all parking slots are full do not enter the flying field, but wait with your vehicle in the adjacent field until someone leaves.
The Club container may be accessed for the purposes of battery charging. However Hand Sanitizer which can be found in the Container must be used before and after each use of the charging panel.
Ideally bring enough fully charged batteries or fuel for your proposed flights, or bring your own charging facilities.
Other than the two end outside tables no other club tables can be used, please bring your own or “Pit on the Ground”
Do not share tools or Transmitters
Do not touch other members models, if your model cannot be operated without assistance, do not fly.
A maximum of three pilots separated by at least 2m to be allowed on the flight line at any one time. If you require the use of a Spotter they must remain a minimum of 2m behind the flight line
The Portaloo is not to be used. All waste including discarded gloves to be removed and taken off site for disposal.
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