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How a Trial Lesson Works

Trial lessons with a qualified BGA instructor are available on Saturdays and Sundays, all year round, in one of our two-seater aircraft. There are several ways to purchase a trial lesson:

 a)     A trial lesson voucher costs £60. You can redeem the voucher whenever it suits you within the next 12 months and with a phone call prior to attending the club, we will endeavour to make an appointment to fly you at a specific time, (or as near as the weather will allow.)  A £60 voucher will give you a flight of around 20 -25 minutes, plus 12 weeks membership of the club – so you can come back as often as you like within that time and fly as a club member. If you like it and go on to join the club, then the cost of the trial lesson voucher is discounted from the joining fee. For details of trial lesson vouchers please email Graham Rendell  using this link.

b)     Alternatively, if you are looking to organise an exciting evening out with friends or work colleagues, you can book a special group booking. We accommodate pre-arranged group bookings on Tuesday or Thursday evenings, (minimum of 6 participants). The price for block bookings is just £45 per head and still includes 12 weeks club membership for all participants. For group bookings, ring Pete Desmond on 07702 846123    

 c)     You can, of course, just turn up on a Saturday or Sunday and ask to fly. The terms are exactly the same as for the voucher at (a) but turning up with no advance warning can often involve waiting for some time for an aircraft and instructor to come free. You will however be made most welcome and we will do our best to accommodate you.

How long does a trial lesson last?

     The average time we aim to fly visitors to the club is around 20–25 minutes. However, gliding is a weather dependent sport and if we are unable to stay airborne for as long as we would wish, due to the weather conditions, we will offer two shorter flights as an alternative.

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