Don't forget the Club has a stand at the exhibition in the hall at Hopeman on Sun 17th. Hope to see you there between 10.30 and 4.30.
ADDITION TO PROGRAMME
Tom Ellis has arranged a visit to MORAVIA on 15th August at 7pm.
he has also invited us to see his hornby railway layout nearby.
Further details to follow.
FORRES THEME DAY
Please bring along your models for the stand at Grant Park.
At the moment the display is very sparse.
Please contact John if you can contribute anything.
Change to advertised programme for 18/4/17:
Les Grosvenor will show a film about the Cleveland Iron Stone working on Tees-side.
Andy Reed wil not be able to give the talk at the next meeting on 18/4/17, can anyone step in to present something? Please contact the secretary if you can help.
Last weekend was the MMRG Exhibition in Elgin town hall.
The Club stand was looking good and although visitor numbers were down it was a successful weekend.
Last night we met at the Mosset Tavern in Forres with wives and partners for a meal and conversation. A good time was had by one and all. Thanks to John for the organisation. Remember to put the next meeting in your diary: 18th
April for a talk on C.A.D. by Andy Reed.
Les Grosvenor gave a very detailed talk last night.
We learned a lot about the different types of helicopters, the control methods and the complicated airflow pattern over the rotating wing and how it affects the behaiviour of the controls and the aircraft.
The amount of work that Les had put into the presentation was greatly appreciated. An excellent night, Thank you Les.
On Tuesday 21st February at 19.30 there will be a
talk on "How Helicopters Fly" given by Les Grosvenor.
This illustrated talk, to be held at the James Milne Institute in Findhorn, will be given by Les,
an experienced SAR helicopter pilot, who will explain all about the aerodynamics of these machines and, no doubt, other interesting information .
Please come along to what promises to be an educational and entertaining evening.
Welcome to the Culbin Model Club website.
Our Club has a 40 year history of members from the Moray area, and further afield, with interests ranging from 'Trains and boats and planes' to many other items
including live steam and internal combustion engines, horology, tool making, 3D printing, etc.
Although the club has a strong affinity to the age of steam, the diverse interests within the membership covers the whole
gamut of modelling , mechanical, nautical, electronic, architectural, aeronautical as well as other
skills and modelling interests. Basically we are just a group of people who enjoy making things and finding out how they work.
Meetings normally take place in the James Milne Institute, Findhorn, full details in programme.
"We are just a group of people who enjoy making things"
For more information, pictures, details of our programme etc. use the menu at the top of the page where you will find information on all
club activities. Please do not hesitate to contact us as above or just come to one of the meetings.