Cambridge Gliding Centre is at Gransden Lodge Airfield off the B1046 and is within a short drive of Cambridge, Huntingdon, St Ives, St Neots, Bedford, Biggleswade, and Royston.
It is also conveniently situated for travel from Peterborough in the North, Bury St Edmunds in the East and Letchworth, Stevenage, Hitchin, Hertford, Harlow and Bishops Stortford and all of North London via the A1, M11 or M25.
Arriving by road
Our Address is:
Gransden Lodge Airfield
This drawing shows the 110 acre site, top north. At the top are the clubhouse, hangar and trailer park. Some GPS devices take you to the wrong place, the club can only be accessed from the B1046.
Arriving by air
Gliders are, of course, welcome! Under the terms of our planning permission, self-launching sailplanes must take a glider launch and can then start their engine outside a radius of 10km from the airfield.
Visitors in powered aircraft are strictly PPR and are restricted by the local planning authority. It is OK for tow planes from other clubs to land to retrieve their gliders but please aim to take off by 6pm local time and do get a good briefing about tow-out paths.
If you are hoping to fly in please call the office for more details and note that the circuit radio frequency is 131.275 MHz. Please read and abide by our local airspace rules.
If you are visiting the area by light aircraft, other than for gliding purposes there are two very friendly airfields close by; Bourn and Little Gransden, which are more geared up to receiving light aircraft.
All glider pilots
It is necessary to produce a valid medical certificate when signing on as a reciprocal or a temporary member at Cambridge Gliding Club should you wish to use the Club facilities to take a launch as P1.
This applies when flying either privately owned or Club gliders.