Goonhilly Model Flying Club at Predannick airfield
Goonhilly Model Flying Club fly from Predannick airfield on the Lizard peninsula on Cornwall’s South east coast. The airfield is a fantastic site for model flying and has a history of RC flying going back to the 1950’s.
Visitors are welcome as long as they are accompanied by a club member.
Predannick airfield is a relief airfield for RNAS Culdrose and has connections with some of the most famous names in flying including the engineer Barnes Wallace (best known as the inventor of The Dam Buster Flying Bomb) as Well as Group Captain Leonard Cheshire who founded the Cheshire homes the first of which was at Marazion near Penzance.