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Kevin Crozier  |  Apr 06, 2022  |  2 comments

MyTime Media Ltd has announced the sale of four of its brands to Mortons Media Group Ltd as of 1st April 2022.

The brands are RCM&E, Model Boats, Model Engineer and Model Engineers’ Workshop. The magazines will continue to be led by their existing editors.

RCME Staff  |  Feb 12, 2021  |  6 comments
As may be apparent, we've updated our RCM&E magazine website and Model Flying forums. The previous website/forum had reached the end of its life and could no longer be upgraded or kept secure.

The RCM&E website and Model Flying forums are now each on their own dedicated platforms and you can log in and out of each one independently. Here is some useful information for using the new sites.

David Ashby  |  Jan 29, 2021  |  6 comments
As you may be aware, this site and forum will be migrated to a new platform very soon. There are several reasons for this withmobile device compatibility improvements being justone. The new forum will be based on Invision, a popular and flexible platform. Many of you may already visit forums based on this and be familiar with their general operation.
David Ashby  |  Oct 14, 2020  |  3 comments is RCM&E magazine's web home but, more than that, and with over 40,000 members, it's the UK's biggest and (we think) friendliest model flying community, serving the needs of hobbyists from beginners through to seasoned practitioners. Welcome! Modelflying.
David Ashby  |  Jul 08, 2020  |  2 comments
Like many print media titles, RCM&E experienced overseas distribution problems during the pandemic lockdown. Accordingly the May and June issues were not sent to our overseas readers, although subscriptions were extended by 2 months to compensate for this. We do appreciate that some readers were upset by this decision. Accordingly the pull-out plans from the two issues can now be downloaded by clicking on the links below, and the accompanying build articles can be viewed in the subscriber's digital archive via this website.
RCME Staff  |  Mar 02, 2020  |  0 comments
We had a great time last year, so we thought we'd do it all again and, this time, the event will mark the magazine's 60th anniversary too! We’ve decided to resurrect the relaxed, friendly format, again at the BMFA National Centre, Buckminster. We love the place, it’s bang on the money and for those who haven’t seen it, take our word for it, the facilities are top-notch. We love the immaculate flying site, the campsite, the new showers too, and we’ve even ordered good weather. Do bring your new designs (as prospective plans for the magazine) as we'll have magazine photographers at the event along with any historic or interesting models you'd like to share.
RCME Staff  |  Nov 25, 2016  |  0 comments
We're not sure where the time has gone either but, would you believe, Modelflying. co. uk will be10 years old in December! In the last 10 years we've gone from, nothing to the UK's biggest and friendliest model flying forum with over 35,000 members, in excess of 5,000 unique logins everyday, over 120,000 threads with over a million posts! Our friendly safe corner of the Internet couldn't have done without you, our members and as a 'thank you' we've organised a bumper advent competition! Each weekday there will be a new competiton for you to enter with some extra special prizes every weekend. This year's prizes include tools, airbrushes, quads, a Wot 4 Xtreme, a beautiful Black Horse Sky Jet EDF and much more.
David Ashby  |  Feb 02, 2010  |  0 comments
A big, bigthank you to everyone who voted, we've got the winning names across the four categories we asked Modelflying. co. uk members and RCM&E readers to vote in. .
David Ashby  |  Jul 15, 2008  |  0 comments
"We've just received a press release from Ripmax which reads as follows - We are pleased to announce that with immediate effect we are instigating a full exchange programme for all early 6EX 2. 4GHz transmitters supplied by Ripmax. As we have widely publicised, a small number of early 6EX 2. 4GHz transmitters had been incorrectly coded, which could have caused problems if two of these sets had been in operation together.
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