Should this website have a forum / message board?

Hi everyone,

Given the popularity of this site other the past few years, we are considering adding a forum or message board!

Before we go ahead and do this, we want to know whether you would use such a feature and if you have any suggestions on how it should be configured.

Initially, we see the forum as having the following sections:

  • Mach Loop Questions & Answers
  • Mach loop discussion and photos
  • General military aviation

Please leave a comment below with your thoughts.

We look forward to your responses!

Corris Craft Centre (No climbing)

The Corris Craft Centre is in the middle of the Mach Loop and provides a flat area for viewing the aircraft. They have a Mach Loop information area with details of the aircraft that fly over the Craft Centre and through the Mach Loop.
There’s free all day parking, 9 craft studios, a café with outdoor seating (great viewing area) plus the King Arthur’s Labyrinth and Corris Mine Explorers underground attractions start here too.

We often get request from those looking to visit the Mach Loop who are unable to climb the hills, so we thought it would be a good idea to show an example of a location that may suit their needs. Although you may not get the top-down view, it is still a great opportunity to experience military low level flying.

Latitude: 52.654219 N Longitude: 3.849665 W

Postcode: SY20 9RF

Website: https://www.corriscraftcentre.co.uk/

Bluebell

Useful guide for visiting ‘Bluebell’ in the Mach Loop. Coming very soon!

Latitude : 52°43’46.70″N Longitude : 3°44’19.19″W
Approximate climb: Around 300 feet. Please note that this climb is steep and there isn’t a great deal of space when there!
Car park distance: Quarter a mile
Nearest Post Code: SY20 9LX

Photos taken from Bluebell: Coming soon!
If you would like to share your photographs taken from this location, please drop us an email to photos@machloop.co.uk. We will gladly provide acknowledgment and a link to your portfolio for any that are used.

Respect and consideration!
Please remember that the majority of these locations fall on privately owned land, so take care if crossing fences or gates – and please do not leave any litter.
The same should also be said to parking your vehicle in a considerate and unobstructive manner.