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Ballyhemlin Church added to Places of Worship in Northern Ireland by TheFatController on 08/09/2021

Located on a very quiet country road, lots of open fields around. Limited parking, but you can use the gravel areas in front of the church gate or across the road.

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 54.5042, -5.48701 • what3words: ///looms.fakes.poetic

The originator declared that this location was not inside a Flight Restriction Zone at the time of being flown on 08/09/2021. It remains the responsibility of any pilot to check for any changes before flying at the same location.

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Llandrindod Lake, Llandrindod Wells (By BudgieUK)

This lake is easy to access as there is a one way road that goes all the way around it. Parking was plentiful when I was there, and it was easy to TOAL from the footpath that surrounds the lake.

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 52.23442, -3.373371 • what3words: ///overgrown.sprouts.doctor

St. Padarns Church, Llandrindod Wells (By BudgieUK)

This church is adjacent to the A483, and there is a lay-by directly opposite the church site. Park there, and you can also TOAL from there

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 52.2693, -3.339339 • what3words: ///absorbing.education.shutting

Queens Park Brighton (By grandad1950)

Lots of space, a nature / wildlife lake and distant views of Brighton pier

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 50.82465, -0.125274 • what3words: ///issues.marker.trucks

Conisbrough Castle (By Trouty1)

I parked on Castle Hill directly adjacent to the castle. Provides a good vantage for VLOS. It is an English Heritage site.
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Conisbrough Castle is a medieval fortification in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire, England. The castle was initially built in the 11th century by William de Warenne, the Earl of Surrey, after the Norman conquest of England in 1066. Hamelin Plantagenet, the illegitimate, parvenu brother of Henry II, acquired the property by marriage in the late 12th century. Hamelin and his son William rebuilt the castle in stone, including its prominent 28-metre (92 ft)-high keep. The castle remained in the family line into the 14th century, despite being seized several times by the Crown. The fortification was then given to Edmund of Langley, passing back into royal ownership in 1461.

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 53.48472, -1.226864 • what3words: ///drifter.establish.boards

Stanmer Park Brighton (By grandad1950)

Stanmer was once a village with a few houses, church and a country house built in 1722. It is now incorporated into the northern part of Brighton on the edge of Sussex University. The park is over 5000 acres with loads of space to fly and explore.

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 50.86982, -0.101562 • what3words: ///tester.table.lamp

St John the Evangelist Church in Northington (By StunningDrone)

St John the Evangelist, Northington.

St John’s Northington is a Grade II* listed building and was built through the generosity of the 4th Lord Ashburton and his wife Leonora. Building work began in 1888 and St John’s was consecrated on 15th October 1890. It replaced a smaller church built in 1832 by Edward Hunt of Alresford that in turn had replaced a mediaeval church.

Just outside the church is a big gravel public car park. This is where I TOAL and parking.

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 51.13276, -1.194789 • what3words: ///disgraced.different.rocky

Needles Eye (By Woody305)

The obelisk at Wentworth Woodhouse, also known as 'the Needle's Eye', was built between 1722 and 1728 by Thomas Watson-Wentworth. It is a slim arch structure that was originally called 'Obelisk in Lee Wood'. The obelisk is one of the earliest ornamental structures in the park and is thought to resemble the eye of a needle. It stands alone in a tranquil corner of the park, adding to the estate's picturesque landscape. I parked on Street Lane and followed the footpath to the structure TOAL from the footpath

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 53.48465, -1.404356 • what3words: ///gambles.framework.functions

Nelson Monument (By StunningDrone)

The Nelson Monument, 120 feet (37 m) tall on a granite base, stands on Portsdown Hill about 2 miles (3.2 km) north of Portsmouth Harbour on the south coast of England. It was the eventual outcome of a movement started during Horatio Nelson's lifetime to "perpetuate the glorious victories of the British Navy". By 1799 Nelson's prize agent Alexander Davison was able to use the Nelson name to spearhead a campaign to honour "Britain's naval glory and pre-eminence". It was, however, Nelson's death at Trafalgar, 21 October 1805, that galvanized the campaign.

On the road opposite the monument is parking and take off.

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 50.86051, -1.134118 • what3words: ///flattens.remodel.owners

Sturminster Newton Mill (By StunningDrone)

Sturminster Newton Mill is still in good working order, the present mill dates from the mid16th century with considerable mechanical renovation in the early 20th century, although there has been a mill on this site for over 1000 years.

The car park was empty when I arrived, however there is plenty of parking on the road. Take off anywhere along the pathway next to the river.

Land owner permission requirements unknown.

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Co-ordinates: 50.92083, -2.311648 • what3words: ///meanest.slimming.dash

St Mary's Parish Church (By StunningDrone)

St Mary's Parish Church Iwerne Minster

I spoke with the vicar when I arrived and he was happy with me flying.

He's seen the YouTube video and was extremely happy.

Land owner permission not required.

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Co-ordinates: 50.92949, -2.188748 • what3words: ///eruptions.unhappily.lungs


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