About Us Glenrothes Aeromodelling Club was founded in 1960 by a group of committed aeromodellers (they're due for release soon in 2023). Their aim was to provide a place for individuals to pursue their interest in Aeromodelling in a safe, friendly and encouraging environment.
Today Currently, the aims of the club remain unchanged. The club still seeks to promote the hobby and sport of Aeromodelling by providing a safe and friendly environment where beginners and veterans alike can pursue a range of interests related to Aeromodelling in all its forms, such as… • Control Line Flying • Radio Control Electric Flying • Radio Control IC Flying • Slope Soaring
Events We have a proud tradition of supporting and participating in many local and national organised events, including … • Public displays and demonstrations • Club competitions and "Fun Flys" • Club Fly-ins • SAA Fly-ins • SAA Competitions • ATC weekend camps
Meetings Members meet regularly every Wednesday evening and formal club meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month commencing at 7:30 pm. Club members are active in the running and decision making of the club as well as being kept up to date with the latest news and information relating to the hobby and sport of aeromodelling and club events.
Current Committee (2020) • Alex Mackie - Chairman • Charlie Galloway - Vice Chairman • Duncan Gray - Secretary • Peter Brown - Treasurer • Ian Morrison - Safety Officer • Tom Hedley - Member • Gordon Hunter - Member • Jim Stewart - Member
Facilities The Club has a 5 acre flying site with close mown grass, an east/west runway of 150m and a north/south runway of 200m. A purpose-built car park with on-site facilities is available for pilots and caravanners and in addition to our flying site, we also own a private clubhouse with kitchen, canteen, meeting room, lounge and building room. The bar, sauna and pool areas are however, only available to committee members.