Hello from North Cheam

Hi all,

Thought I’d finally post a “Hello” thread up, after all it’s the new year and really about time.

Beep lacking with inspiration for places to fly lately so have been reading all your posts to help.


Hi @Zebrano, and welcome to GADC. :+1:

An ever increasing number of our members also own the M2… so you are amongst good company.

If you haven’t already, take a look at the Map of Members and you’ll see there are a few other members in your neck of the woods, some of whom I’m sure will come and say Hi.

The forum’s search functions are a very efficient way to find previous threads and posts that might already have covered topics in which you are interested in learning more or answer that niggling question but, when this doesn’t turn up what you’re after, there’s a wealth of knowledge amongst the members, so ask away over on #questions-and-answers.

Also, if you’ve not seen it, check out our map of places where members have flown in the past … which, obviously, doesn’t necessarily mean they are still OK to fly and, as always, any pilot needs to check that everything’s OK before flying at any of them.

Please also take a moment to look at the Membership Levels section on our FAQ .

Welcome aboard!

Cheers for the welcome buddy!

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What restrictions if any are there in non such park in cheam village

can’t remember who was posting shots from nonsuch park but someone on here was
i was over walking dog on new years day didn’t look like it would be any problems

Might have been @paul.wingfield

Or @Simonlee


Welcome good sir

welcome to the forum :grin:

Never had any issues flying there and plenty of space too for everyone.

Hi there,
Drones are allowed in Nonsuch Park usual drone code applies, better to take off from one of the three picnic fields as unwanted attention from dogs can be a problem. Morden park, Cannon hill common and Figges marsh (all places nearby) have flying zones too, check on the internet for times. Happy flying!

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Welcome to the club mate

Cheers for the continued warm welcome.