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Want to Learn to Fly?

You must join the BHPA, who govern the sports of paragliding and hang gliding in the UK before you can join the DSC. Additionally you must complete some basic training before you can fly with other members of the club. There are several schools in the Derbyshire area, and lots of information on the BHPA website:

Want to find out more? Sign up for free at the DSC forum to find out, or visit www.bhpa.co.uk to learn more about the sport.

Want to Join?

Already a BHPA member? Simply download and complete the membership form and send it to our Membership Secretary Mick Bostock membership@derbyshiresoaringclub.org.uk

Already Joined: Questions?

Call our New Members Officer Chris Dervin on 079212 36682 or email newmembers@derbyshiresoaringclub.org.uk or visit the DSC Forum

There are many reasons and benefits to joining the DSC, we’re a jolly bunch, and we want to help you have the most fun possible, while staying safe and sound, but definitely not on the ground.

The DSC  was founded in 1971, and has been providing quality to members ever since. Located in the picturesque and delightful Derbyshire Peak District, DSC has over 500 members and does all kinds of awesome things for and over the Peak.

For questions and answers, you could go say hi in our DSC forum to meet some of the other members in the community.

Speak to us today!

We’ll be happy to hear from you and answer any questions you may have, expert or beginner, hangy or floppy, let our team help you get airborne.

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When you are used to something the way it is .......then BANG!!!! ...

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So RASP messed up our day on Saturday but wow, did it make up for it on Sunday. A great day. ...

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I've created an album of my adventures on Big Sunday here: www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10154954966450783.1073741858.719780782&type=1&l=a1e99c735a
They don't feature many of you, as I travelled alone. I'll try better next time!
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Plans are underway to clear a new path from the Eyam bottom landing to take off, John Cross and me cleared the bottom 1/4 yesterday so you can actually find the path... (It's off to the right up past the quarry, find the central wall between the 2 fields and you'll see it),,,, We will be asking for volunteers to help clear the rest on a non flyable day, so if you can come along let me know, and as soon as the weather plays ball I'll let you know the plan..... bow saw or secateurs will be useful, or just some muscle to get rid of the chopped stuff...
Thick gloves are a must !!
On completion we will ask to change the site guide to suit..
Maybe even build a cairn at the bottom so the optically challenged ( like me) can find the way out...
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