UK Clubs

  • HART:
    http://www.hartrockets.co.uk/
    HART - Hornchurch Airfield Rocket Team are now a small group of rocketeers that do rocket workshops and displays for shows, schools and other groups. See their website for details.
  • Black Knights:
    http://www.blackknights.club
    The Black Knights is a thriving rocket club based in the Midlands. We fly once a month from one of our two current flying sites at Oxhill, Warwickshire, and Milson, Shropshire. Full details of the clubs flying sites are on our website. We actively promote the hobby in the Midlands by attendance at exhibitions, fetes, air shows, conferences etc. As well as flying locally, members travel to other launch events around the country to fly and help out with Range Safety Officer duties when asked and in the summer, we try to hold a weekend flying event. Members of the Black Knights were founder members of UKRA and helped draft the Safety Code/Constitution and much of the original UKRA documentation that gained UKRA its BMFA recognition and insurance for members.
  • EARS - East Anglia Rocketry Society:
    http://www.ears.org.uk/
    The East Anglian Rocketry Society have a flying site to the west of Cambridge and hold regular flying events on the first Sunday of the month from March to December. EARS also run the BIG EARS 2 day event in May. See their website for details.
  • FOG:
    http://www.fogrocketry.org.uk
    Fins Over Gwent fly from their site at Redwick on the Gwent levels. Attendance is open to all BMFA and UKRA members.
  • MARS:
    http://www.mars.org.uk
    Established in 1991, the MARS Advanced Rocketry Society has grown into a national group of rocketeers committed to pushing the limits of non-professional rocketry, developing new rocketry technologies, breaking records and developing launch capabilities for a space shot. MARS was one of the founder groups of UKRA, and MARS members were involved and are involved in the UKRA Safety Code development. MARS are based in and around London, although they are non geographic and have members from all over the UK and overseas and travel extensively.
  • Midland Rocketry:
    http://www.midlandrocketry.org.uk
    Midland Rocketry fly rockets on A to J motors every 2nd Sunday of the month at their large site near Twycross. They are friendly and welcome new flyers, youth groups or the seasoned flyers equally. They host a national weekend event in October every year. See their website for more details.
  • SARA:
    http://www.sara.rocketry.org.uk/
    Scottish Aeronautics & Rocketry Association. Based in the West of Scotland, caters for everything from 1/2 A to M class. Regular meetings held most months at their Fairlie Moor launch site -home of the IRW high power launches.
  • LARF:
    http://www.larf-rocketry.co.uk
    LARF are Linconshire Amateur Rocket Flyers is or any flyers or would be flyers in the Lincolnshire area including the North and North East Lincolnshire regions.
    They fly on an irregular basis from the UKRA launch site at Heckington near Sleaford.
  • NSRG:
    http://www.nsrg.org.uk
    The North Star Rocketry Group are based in West Yorkshire. They hold model rocket launches locally, and attend HPR launches around the UK.
  • STAAR:
    http://staar.rocketry.org.uk
    Space Technology Applications, Astronomy and Rocket Research, based in Ayrshire, have three main activities:
    Public and educational rocketry workshops.
    Scale flight research, particularly the Waverider aerospace plane concept.
    Organisation and development of the annual International Rocket Week flying event, one of the main national events of the UK rocket flying calender. See website for details.