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Author Topic: BristolFPV.co.uk  (Read 80 times)

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« on: June 27, 2017, 10:54:00 »
Hey everyone,

I invested in the domain over a year ago and it's sat static ever since whilst I tried to think of an actual use for it.
Many ideas for mutli related websites flew through my mind but nothing was particularly location specific.

Finally I've decided to build this into a website aimed at being the first port of call for anything FPV related in and around Bristol.
If someone in the area decides they want to get into the hobby, this will give them everything they need to build, learn and meet.
If someone already bitten by the bug moves to the area, they can find where they can fly and local communities etc.

The website (at least to begin with) will feature:
  • Places to legally fly
  • Local online/offline communities and clubs
  • Current drone laws and regulations
  • Tips on learning to build and fly
  • A calendar for meets and events
  • Sponsored recommended vendors

As I'm very busy at the moment on a day to day basis, I'm basically building this on my lunch breaks.
If anyone would be interested in helping me get this live (either by writing some content or supplying some good quality photos [I have a list of some pics I need]) it'd be much appreciated and should help promote safe and fun flight in the area.


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« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2017, 17:09:27 »
Sounds like a good ideal matey next time am over hengrove park ill snap some shots as a few of us fly there every weekend  ~~
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« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2017, 23:10:07 »
Sounds like a good ideal matey next time am over hengrove park ill snap some shots as a few of us fly there every weekend  ~~

Nice one dude. I'll have more useful information for people soon.
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