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The Club House
Enstone Flying Club first came into being in 1987, the brainchild of flying enthusiast Tom Miller. The Club had modest beginnings, and moved around different sites on the airfield until settling into its present permanent accommodation.

The club house is set in a fascinating location, on an old World War II airfield –  is in a fully-renovated World War II building (it used to be where they put the fuses into the bombs – but we promise both bombs and fuses are long gone!).
With top quality Tea and Coffee, snacks and the famous "Mrs Miggins" home made cake ( pilots have been know to fly great distances to get some) brand new toillets,licenced bar and fabulous wood burning stove for the winter months, the club lounge is a place to stay.........for a long time.
The Club grounds boasts its own pool, Aunt Sally and cricket pitches, childrens play area and fenced garden with BBQ facilities.
The club runs a highly professional but friendly flying school, provides extensive facilities for aircraft owners, whether club members or visitors, has regular social meetings, both locally and through ‘flyouts’, ensures that everyone, whether club member or visitor has a thoroughly good time.

The Club has a membership of over 100, with  70 members and 30+ students currently on roll.

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