Clutton Hill now accepting 3 axis all types. Managed to fly in to Clutton Hill after getting PPR. It seems the issues over noise have been resolved with council and locals so 3axis types of aircraft can fly in. Flexwing microlights may be a problem so PPR doubly essential. I flew in in my Thruster T600N Sprint and was made to feel very welcome. A big note the Hunters Rest Pub is indeed just at the East End of the runway and not 1 mile East as google maps seems to think. A short 5 min walk from the hanger, thats all. Airstrip is very wide and smooth from the hedge easterly. On the West most side there are some bumps to be very careful of so I was told land past the hedge half way along the strip on an East heading. They have a website now with PPR instructions: http://www.cluttonhill.flyer.co.uk/Main/rules.htm The hunters rest pub, superb food and excellent atmosphere - its a 4 star Inn too. I will come back again with friends. Pictures of view from Clutton to Bristol and airstrip approaching from the West
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